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[casi] 'Iraq: broadening the agenda' - debate, 20 Feb, London

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Subject:    [creative-radio] Reporting Iraq
From:       Nadya Stani <>
Date:       Wed, 19 Feb 2003 12:28:20 +1100
Message-ID: <00e401c2d7b6$349820c0$3fa89bca@nadya>

For anyone in the UK.




"Iraq: broadening the agenda"

Presented by Reporting the World, in partnership with the security
think-tanks Saferworld, BASIC and ISIS

Thursday, Feb 20, 6:30-9pm

Guardian/Observer archive & visitor centre, opposite Guardian office
on Farringdon Road

* Jonathan Baker Foreign News Editor, BBC
* Kim Sengupta, the Independent
* Air Marshall Sir Tim Garden - Centre for Defence Studies, King's College,
* Faleh Abdel Jabar - Birkbeck College, University of London; author,
Ayatollahs, Sufis and Ideologues: State, Religion and Social Movements in
* Jake Lynch Reporting the World

Are we equipping readers and audiences to form their own views on the merits
-- or otherwise -- of attacking Iraq?
What are the missing perspectives?
Are we leaving out any important aspects and how could we include them in
our coverage?

Light refreshments provided at 6:30 for 7pm start of proceedings.

More details at

tel 07801 789 297

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