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Thank you all for joining IPI’s first ever virtual World Congress. Missed some of the IPIWoCo 2020 sessions? Watch the video recordings and read our recap of the sessions here. We are more than an event. We’re a MOVEMENT FOR JOURNALISM. An annual gathering of journalists & editors from globally-renowned media, organized by the International Press Institute (IPI).

This year’s IPI World Congress was moved online for the first time in our 70 year history, but we hope to be back in real life in New York next year. We’re working with our hosts at Columbia University to set the dates for September 2021, so stay tuned here for any updates.

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Colleen Murrell

Dublin City University
Full Professor in Journalism
Professor Colleen Murrell researches international news gathering, public service broadcasting, news production and digital and social media. She is currently undertaking research into two projects: philanthropic funding of journalism and safety issues for women journalists. She teaches audio visual broadcasting and international news and has won several prizes for her teaching, including an Australian national citation for teaching excellence. She joined DCU in January 2020 after previously working at Monash University, Swinburne University and Deakin University in Melbourne. She holds a PhD in media and communications from the University of Melbourne. Colleen has held research fellowships at The London School of Economics (2015-16); The University of Oxford - Reuters Institute (2011) and City University (2007). In her previous career she worked as a producer, reporter and news editor for a number of international broadcasters including the BBC, ITN, AP, TF1, CBC and ABC Australia. In these roles she travelled extensively in Europe, and the Middle East. Colleen is the author of a range of scholarly publications, including the book 'Foreign Correspondents and International Newsgathering: The Role of Fixers' (2015: Routledge).
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