NTN24's Club de Prensa at CSIS

Press Freedom in the Americas
  • Thursday, Jan 16, 2014
  • Featuring:

    Luis Alberto Moreno
    President 
    Inter-American Development Bank

    Interviewed by:

    Juan Carlos Iragorri
    Director
    Club de Prensa
    NTN24

    Followed by a panel discussion on:

    "Press Freedom in the Americas"

    Featuring:

    Antonio Caño
    Senior Correspondent
    El País

    Muni Jensen
    Political Analyst
    Club de Prensa
    NTN24

    Carl Meacham
    Director
    CSIS Americas Program

    Hector Schamis
    Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University, &
    Senior Associate, CSIS Americas Program

    Cláudia Trevisan
    Washington, DC Correspondent
    O Estado de São Paulo

    Interviewed by:

    Juan Carlos Iragorri
    Director
    Club de Prensa
    NTN24

    The CSIS Americas Program will launch its partnership with news channel NTN24 by hosting a live edition of Club de Prensa—the premier forum on today's most urgent issues with leading experts from the Americas. During this televised event, speakers will discuss press freedom in the region.

    The first session, featuring the president of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno, will provide a regional perspective. The second panel will further discuss freedom of the press and the challenges facing journalists and media companies operating within the Americas today. 

    To celebrate the CSIS—NTN24 partnership, the event will be followed by a happy hour at Dirty Martini beginning at 6:00 p.m. Dirty Martini is located at 1223 Connecticut Ave NW. 

    Please note this event will be conducted in Spanish; simultaneous translation will not be provided.

    Open to the public; however, seating is limited. To RSVP please send name and affiliation to the Americas Program at americas@csis.org

     

     

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Location

Center for Strategic and International Studies
2nd Floor Conference Room A
1616 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

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