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  Sunday, November 1 2:44pm PST

Saatchi & Saatchi

Credits     WEB SITE TEAM | NEWS TEAM

 
 
Stefan Wolf
Editorial Manager
Writer, Sweeney Vesty Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand
Freelance correspondent, Deutsche Welle (Germany)
Former Journalism Lecturer, NZ Government Press Secretary, Senior Business Writer (New Zealand Press Association), Chief Reporter (Independent Radio News, NZ)
James Hollings
Sub-Editor
Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand Former sub-editor for The Sun (England)
Winner of Qantas Media Award for feature writing (New Zealand) and Duncan Campbell Award for investigative journalism (New Zealand)
David Cohen
Journalist
Freelance writer for 15 newspapers and magazines around the world, including the British Guardian, The Christian Science Monitor and The Singapore Straits Times
Former senior staff writer for Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand
Alastair Thompson
Journalist
Political Editor, NewsRoom on-line news service (www.newsroom.co.nz)
Member, NZ Parliamentary Press Gallery
Editor, Straight Furrow (New Zealand Federated Farmers magazine)
Winner of Qantas Media Award for feature writing (New Zealand) and Jubilee Prize for investigative journalism (New Zealand)
Jeremy Rose
Journalist
Journalism Lecturer
Freelance writer specializing in nuclear issues and international affairs
Media Advisor to International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War NZ Media Coordinator for Iraq Sanctions Medical Alert Group
Lee-Anne Duncan
Journalist
TV3 News, Wellington, New Zealand
Member, NZ Parliamentary Press Gallery
formerly Radio New Zealand, Independent Radio News
Gary Kauf
Journalist
Freelance journalist and media consultant based in San Francisco
Winner of several Emmy Awards for television journalism
Formerly with Mornings on 2, The Ten O'clock News, Our Town and NBC Nightly News
Kevin Stent
Photographer
Sunday Star Times (New Zealand national newspaper)
Qantas Media Award for photography (New Zealand)
Editorial guidelines
 
The 1998 State of the World Forum website aims to provide coverage of the State of the World Forum for a wider audience, and to promote discussion of the issues tabled at the Forum.

To do this, a team of journalists from a variety of media disciplines has been assembled to cover the event and present news, features, interviews and opinion pieces on the 1998 SWF website. This material is available for download by any news organization worldwide free of charge. The website journalism team is adhering to the Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists.

The code states that:

  • journalists should be honest, fair and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting information
  • ethical journalists treat sources, subjects and colleagues as human beings deserving of respect
  • journalists should be free of obligation to any interest other than the public's right to know
  • journalists are accountable to their readers, listeners, viewers and each other.

    There are no editorial constraints on material prepared by the journalists if that material complies with the above code.

    editor@worldforum98.org

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