To mark the end of the first year of the Refugee Journalism Project the Ethical Journalism Network took part in a debate on media coverage of migration at the London College of Communication on 7 March 2017.
The aim of the event was to showcase the journalistic talents of the participants document the project’s achievements, and to promote creative collaborations between journalists, students and academics.
The invitees included journalists who acted as mentors to refugee journalists and other partners.
The debate on migration and journalism was chaired by BBC News and Sky News reader Claudia Liza Armah and included Palestinian and Syrian refugee journalists who had taken part in project as well as representatives from New Humanist Magazine, the Refugee Council and Ethical Journalism Network.
Find photos of the event in London College of Communication flickr profile and watch the full video of the event below. You can also read a review of the debate and read about the exhibition that accompanied the event.