The challenges of reporting from Palestine: an OFIP webinar on September 13th with Mariam Barghouti, Senior Palestine correspondent for Mondoweiss

Mariam Barghouti is a Palestinian-American writer, blogger, researcher, commentator and journalist. She currently lives in Ramallah, Palestine where she is the Senior Palestine Correspondent for the independent digital publication Mondoweiss. On September 13, in an OFIP webinar Barghouti will share with her audience the dangers, challenges (and joys) of reporting from Palestine. Read more and register.

Live from Ramallah

Experienced Canadian journalist Warren Caragata will join OFIP Chair Peter Larson in interviewing a courageous woman reporting from Palestine. (Read Barghouti’s latest article here, as Israel finally admits its troops “probably” killed Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. “Journalists remain a target in Palestine.”)

When: Tuesday, September 13,1:30 p.m. Eastern Time (8:30 p.m. Ramallah time)

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Canada Talks Israel Palestine (CTIP) is the weekly newsletter of Peter Larson, Chair of the Ottawa Forum on Israel/Palestine (OFIP). It aims to promote a serious discussion in Canada about Canada’s response to the complicated and emotional Israel/Palestine issue with a focus on the truth, clear analysis and human rights for all. Readers with different points of view are invited to make comment.

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  1. Hi Peter!

    I just registered for the “Journalism Under Occupation” webinar.

    I’m sympathetic to the challenges Palestinians face in Palestine. I have been to Israel and Palestine three times.

    I attended the Palestinian Festival in Ottawa a couple of weeks ago, and quite enjoyed it.

    I’ve been reading your comments for some time and other than wearing a t-shirt with a Palestinian flag (Palestine is printed under the flag), I don’t know what else I can do to be supportive.

    I’m retired and have lots (too much) of time…any ideas?

    Brian Douglas ________________________________

  2. I am not sure about when you going to send out a link to a recording — have I missed it? I’d like to share with others who couldn’t attend. Thank you!

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