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Published on Jan 7, 2016
The Newseum Institute, Reporters Without Borders and the Washington Foreign Law Society host a discussion of the worldwide impact on a free press and free expression after the terrorist attacks on the Charlie Hebdo magazine staff on Jan. 7, 2015, and on the public at multiple sites in Paris eleven months later.
Moderator: Delphine Halgand, Reporters without Borders
Panelists: Robert Corn-Revere, one of the nation’s leading First Amendment lawyers Renaud Beauchard, Washington Foreign Law Society Gene Policinski, Newseum Institute Hadas Gold, POLITICO Caroline Fourest, French journalist, editor of ProChoix magazine (live from Paris)
The Washington Foreign Law Society, founded in 1952, promotes knowledge and understanding of international legal matters, comparative legal issues, and foreign law. It is a non-profit, tax-exempt, educational organization located in the District of Columbia.