JUF International Journalists

International Journalists — Countries and Occupations While State Department rules prevent us from sharing the names of the 52 journalists coming to Journalism under Fire as Edward R. Murrow Program Participants, we can share their countries and their occupations. Who’s coming to Santa Fe? As with all IVLP groups, these journalists are connected by common… Continue Reading

Student Newsroom

The Student Newsroom We are thrilled to announce that there will be a fully equipped Student Newsroom available to all students during Journalism under Fire. There, students will have the opportunity to: Participate in small group workshops with conference speakers, international and local journalists Interview speakers, international journalists, and local journalists Use computer editing stations to… Continue Reading

Daily Speaker Agenda

Journalism under Fire: Daily Agenda Over three days, the conference will address the following major themes: Day Zero (December 4): Grand Opening: Justice for Journalists under Fire Day One (December 5): Freedom of the Press, Fake News, Persecution, and Exile Day Two (December 6): Journalism in Mexico, at the US-Mexico Border, and Around the World… Continue Reading

Speaker Bios

Speaker Bios Below please find a list of all our speakers. All completed bios to come. DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5: FREEDOM OF THE PRESS, FAKE NEWS, PERSECUTION, AND EXILE Hannah Allam Ms. Allam is a national reporter for BuzzFeed News, covering U.S. Muslim life. She previously spent a decade as a foreign correspondent at McClatchy, serving as… Continue Reading

World Culture Seminars

Join CIR for something wholly different! Beginning in October, we’re thrilled to bring noted story-teller and traveller Steve Horowitz to CIR to offer us four different windows into world culture. Steve gave a lecture on Iran here several months ago – and we’ve not heard our conference room full of such laughter!! It was easily one of the top-rated programs we’ve ever put on. Continue Reading