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The University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication is hosting a “conversation in ethics” May 10, according to a school press release published on Editor and Publisher.

The event will include “two panel discussions and a keynote address” on “conflict sensitive reporting.” Panel discussions focus on “techniques” and ethics for reporting on conflict.

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The press release noted that “the event is free and open to the public” and that the panel discussion members include reporters and professors.

The day-long event is at the “Ford Alumni Center, 1720 East 13th (next to the Matthew Knight Arena), Giustina Ballroom, Eugene, Oregon.”

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EVENT: Panel Discussions on Ethics, Techniques in Reporting on Conflict

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