Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: Visit to East-West Centre and Simulation Game

Day two of the 2019 Hawaii Journalism Workshop included a talk on “Asia–Pacific Security: Regional Tensions and New Dimensions of Nuclear Risk”, moderated by Ota Masakatsu; a panel moderated by Alex Wellerstein focusing on “Digital Disinformation, Cyber Meddling, and Mean Tweets”; and, tailor-made for this event, an intensive simulation game that involved reporters directly and… Read More Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: Visit to East-West Centre and Simulation Game

Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: First impressions

The first day of the 2019 Hawaii Journalism Workshop has ended in Kapolei. Highlights of the day were presentations by Alex Wellerstein on Crisis Response and the New Nuclear Threat Landscape; Jaclyn Kerr on Information and Communications Technologies, and Nuclear Crisis Stability; Katie Joseff on Social Media Disinformation in Crisis Situations; and Andrew Futter on Cyber… Read More Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: First impressions

Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: Final Selections announced

Seventeen journalists from seven countries – 10 women and seven men – have been selected to participate in the Hawaii 2019 ‘This is not a Drill’ Journalism Workshop organized by Atomic Reporters in collaboration with the Stanley Foundation. They were chosen from among a total of 77 workshop applications by an international jury of six… Read More Hawaii 2019 Journalism Workshop: Final Selections announced

Hawaii 2019 Workshop – Selection

A jury comprised of six journalists and editors from five countries participated in the review and evaluation of applications for the January 2019 Hawaii Journalism Workshop. We received 77 applications from journalists from 23 countries, from which there were places for only 17 applicants (increased from 15).  Our aim was to select a diverse group of journalists with strong… Read More Hawaii 2019 Workshop – Selection