POLIS The News We Deserve Lecture Series
Date: Monday 2 October 2006
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Yosri Fouda
Chair: Charlie Beckett
Due to unforeseen circumstances Ahmed el-Sheikh is not able to attend this event. The speech will be delivered by Yosri Fouda, Chief Investigative Correspondent with the Al-Jazeera.
As Aljazeera prepares to celebrate its tenth anniversary and the launch of a new English language channel, Yosri Fouda will outline the Aljazeera view of the way that the Western media covers the Arab and Muslim world.
Award-winning Yosri Fouda is Chief Investigative Correspondent with the Al-Jazeera channel and presenter of their "Top Secret" programme. He has secured many exclusive Al Qaeda recordings and most famously spent 48 hours with the 9/11 masterminds Ramzi Binalshibh and Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in Karachi.
This next event in this series will take place on Monday 13 November. Sir Christopher Meyer will present a lecture entitled 'Protecting the Press or the People?'.
This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis.
A transcript of this event is now online.
Download: Lecture by Yosri Fouda, Chief Investigative Journalist, Al Jazeera (PDF)
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