Mayor Philip Glanville spoke about local journalism and democracy last night at a panel event at Goldsmiths University.
The Mayor was joined at the ‘Silenced voices: why we need to speak up for local journalism’ event by journalists Hannah Walker, Koos Couvée and Gareth Davies, on a panel organised by Professor Angela Phillips.
You can watch the event on the video below.
Silenced voices: why we need to stand up for local journalism https://t.co/iYRVvMfr2b
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A poster for the event read: “The Grenfell Tower disaster highlighted the necessity for community reporting. So why don’t we hear from the ‘little people’ any more?”
Readers can respond to the video in the comments below./ 13 October, 2017