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Jason Motlagh on 'Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Stories from the Frontlines' at University of Richmond

Event Date:

April 15 - 16, 2024


University of Richmond
410 Westhampton Way

Richmond, VA 23173


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Jason Motlagh on “Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Stories from the Frontlines” at University of Richmond


Grantee Jason Motlagh will visit the University of Richmond on April 15 and 16 to speak on covering conflict reporting in Haiti, Myanmar, and Afghanistan. Motlagh will visit classrooms and give a public presentation on "Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Stories from the Frontlines,” highlighting his reporting experiences, including his recent Pulitzer Center-supported project Tracking War Crimes in Myanmar.

Motlagh is a journalist and filmmaker drawn to underreported stories in challenging environments, with a focus on conflict, migration, and human rights. He started reporting from Afghanistan in 2006 and became TIME magazine’s Kabul correspondent. Now a contributing editor at Rolling Stone, he's worked in more than 60 countries spanning Southeast Asia to Latin America for National Geographic, Outside, The Washington Post, The Guardian, and The Economist.

The visit is sponsored by the Journalism Department and International Education Department at the University of Richmond, a Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium partner.


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