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Pulitzer Center Featured in Nieman Journalism Lab Special Report

"Kimberly Abbott: Working together, NGOs and journalists can create stronger international reporting"

By Kimberly Abbott

Neiman Journalism Lab

In 2005, before Ted Koppel left ABC's Nightline, a highly respected American news program with a long commitment to international stories, he opened one of his signature broadcasts with a simple disclaimer: the story the audience was about to see was produced in partnership with a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), the International Crisis Group. Said Koppel:

Apply now: Pulitzer Center seeks Program Coordinator

Apply now: Pulitzer Center seeks Program Coordinator

Salary: High $20,000s to low $30,000s, commensurate with experience.
Education: Bachelor (BA, BS, etc.)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia, 20036, United States
Last day to apply: November 24, 2009
Type: Full time
Language(s): English
Job posted on: November 6, 2009
Area of Focus: Media and Journalism

Gallagher Presents Images from "Desertification in China" at Climate Institute in Washington

The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, in association with the Climate Institute, presents:

Heat of the Moment: Desertification in China

Beijing-based photojournalist Sean Gallagher presents images from his travels on the "desertification train" across China.

Followed by a Q & A and discussion on climate change policy, moderated by policy analyst Zhimin Mao

Friday, October 30
10:00 a.m. - Noon

The Heinz Center
900 17th St. NW, Suite 700
(17th and "Eye" Streets NW)

Seating limited. RSVP requested

Gallagher's Presentation at American University Reviewed by School of Communication

Sean Gallagher's Oct. 29 visit to American University, where he presented images from "Desertification in China," is reviewed on the School of Communications website (see link below). According to Bill Gentile, whose classes Sean visited, "It was great to get Sean in to speak with the students...it gives them encouragement to see a successful photojournalist still very young and out of school."

Gallagher's Presentation at Kent State Featured on KentNewsNet.com

Sean Gallagher visited classes and spoke at Kent State University in Akron, Ohio, on Oct. 26. He discussed his experience in international multimedia journalism, including his climate change project, Desertification in China.KentNewsNet.com covered Sean's speaking event and quoted Barbara Hipsman, associate professor for the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, as saying, "We wanted him to focus on passion and how you can go anywhere and do what you want to do. And that's exactly what he did."