Celebrating 25 years of Panos’ work in international development, Geoff Barnard reflects on setting up the organisation in 1986.
Panos London Newsletter
Welcome to the latest Panos London eNewsletter. This month you can read inspiring articles from founding Panos staff members, produced to mark our 25th anniversary. Joining our Voices from the Ground team, are brand-new bloggers from Mali and Pakistan. And to coincide with the birth of the world’s seven-billionth baby, we asked journalists in four countries to investigate family planning dilemmas. Last but not least, you can scroll down the newsletter to find our 2010 annual review, which provides an overview of our recent work highlighting the voices of poor and marginalised people. Excitingly, we’d love for you to tell us what questions you would like answered at the upcoming climate change conference.
The COP (Conference of Parties) 17 conference starts on 28 November to discuss climate issues and global industry, and Panos London and partners are sending a group of 19 climate change journalists from around the world to cover the event. We want your questions for the delegates.
“I shared insights, from the experience of the Relay programme, about working with researchers and the media to build relationships and communication skills to reach the wider public through media coverage.”
Kaidia Samaké tells us in her first blog about her experiences of adult education in rural Mali.
This week we had a series of features published in the Swedish national newspaper Svenska Dagbladet to coincide with the birth of the world’s seven billionth baby.