Speakers

The Conference in Belgrade 'Assistance to Media in Violent Conflict' will bring together a wide range of experts who will make either a general presentation or a case presentation.

Infrastructure, Market and Legal Reform, by Kajsa Tornroth, World Association of Newspapers (WAN) - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Managing Media in Times of Crisis, by Gwen Lister, Editor, The Namibian - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Crisis and Emergencies: Informing the Local Population, by Florian Westphal, Press Officer for Western Europe and North America, International Committee of the Red Cross - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Building Capacities for Independent Journalism in Transitional and Post-Conflict States, by Aidan White, International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Speech of the Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information Abdul Waheed Khan for World Press Freedom Day 2004, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro

The Role of Donors to Promote Freedom of Expression in Transition Processes, by Lena Johanssen, Head of Division for Culture and Media, Swedish International Co-operation Agency (Sida) - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Peace Making and Security, by Elisabeth Rehn, Chair of 'Democratisation and Human Rights' Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe and Member of UNDPKO Review Board- World Press Freedom Day 2004

International Attention and Local Capacity: The case of Iraq, By Jawad Bashara, Editor in Chief, Al Jarida, Baghdad - World Press Freedom Day 2004

Global Review of Safety for Reporting in Conflict, by Rodney Pinder, Director of the International News Safety Institute

The Role of the Media in the Disarmament, Demobilization, Repatriation, Reintegration or Resettlement (DDRRR) Process in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, by Marco Domeniconi, Press Officer, Fondation Hirondelle

Case Study: Providing Adequate Socio-Economic Conditions for Media Professionals, by Remzi Lani, Director, Albanian Media Institute

Media in CASCFEN Region Case Study: Association Building and Networking, by Azer H. Hasret, Chairman, Central Asian and Southern Caucasian Freedom of Expression Network

Reconstructing Media Markets in the Balkans, by Nebojsa Spaic, Director of Belgrade Media Centre

Remaining reliable and professional; 'The Newspaper that Refuses to Die', by Gojko Beric, columnist for Sarajevo Newspaper Oslobodjenje.'

Transitional Processes and Rapid Response Assistance to Media in West Africa, by , Edetaen Ojo Vice Chair, Media Foundation for Western Africa

Key Issues Related to the Safety of Journalists Reporting in Dangerous Situations, by Juliana Cano, Director of FLIP

Building capacity for elections and legal reform in East Timor and Indonesia, by Kavi Chongkittavorn, Chairperson of Southeast Asian Alliance, Bangkok - World Press Freedom Day 2004

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