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Philippe De Boeck

Philippe De Boeck

(Le Soir)

Journaliste professionnel depuis 1985, maître de conférences invité à l’Ecole de journalisme de l’UCL (EJL) et licencié en communication appliquée (Ihecs). Actuellement chef adjoint du service international du « Soir ». Spécialités : Afrique, diplomatie et Catalogne. Age : 55 ans . Trilingue français-néerlandais-anglais.

Valerie Michaux

Valerie Michaux (Amnesty International)

As Communications Manager for the organisation Doctors Without Borders, where I worked for over ten years, and now within Amnesty International, I have acquired considerable experience in developing communication strategies, particularly around sensitive topics and crisis communications, and has built up an extensive network of journalists.

During my work as senior consultant in FINN PR agency, where I have worked for six months, I helped clients focus their communication strategy, to guarantee media visibility and their online presence.

Previously, I worked as journalist in a press agency, InfoSud (www.infosud-belgique.be) that I contributed to launch in 1999. This agency is the Belgian office of the international network Syfia-International (www.syfia.info).

Roland Bruneel

Roland Bruneel

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Stéphane Hoebeke

Stéphane Hoebeke (RTBF Legal)

Stéphane Hoebeke is legal counselor by RTBF. He is also responsible for the coordination of the Media literacy and member of the Conseil supérieur de l’éducation aux médias. He is author of articles and books about media and freedom of speech, such as Le Droit de la Presse, with B. Mouffe, Academia-Bruylant, Anthemis, 3° edition, 2012; Sexe et stéréotypes dans les médias, L’Harmattan, Paris, 2008 ; La liberté d’expression, pour qui, pour quoi, jusqu’où ?, Anthemis, 2015

Cristina Sampaio

Cristina Sampaio (Cartoonist)

Cristina Sampaio graduated in 1985 from the Lisbon School of Fine Arts. In 1986 she began to work as an illustrator and cartoonist for several national and international magazines and newspapers. Integrated in the Spam Cartoon collective, in 2009 she made animation short films for television, a project resumed since 2017. Her work has been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Portugal and abroad. Among other awards, in 2002, 2005 and 2009 she received an Award of Excellence from the Society for News Design and in 2009 a Silver Medal from SNDE. In 2006 and 2010 she received the Stuart award for the best Portuguese press cartoon. In 2007 she received the first prize in the editorial category of the World Press Cartoon and an Honourable Mention in 2009 and in 2015.

Hossam Al Saadi

Hossam Al Saadi (cartoonist)

Hossam Al Saadi Hossam Al Saadi est un caricaturiste syrien né en 1978. En mars 2011, la révolution syrienne éclate. Après six mois passé au Liban, il se rend en Jordanie. Puis il s’en va à Istanbul où avec trois autres artistes, il peint une toile de 440 m2 où figurent les noms des 12490 enfants syriens morts depuis le début de la révolution.

Anna Mulrine

Anna Mulrine (Lie-Detectors)

Anna Mulrine Grobe is a national security correspondent based in Brussels. From 2010 to 2017 she was the national security and defense correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor, traveling frequently to Iraq and Afghanistan to report on America’s wars, as well as secret interrogation programs, drug smuggling, and women in combat. As senior editor and defense correspondent for U.S.News & World Report from 1995 to 2010, Mulrine wrote more than a dozen cover stories for the national newsweekly magazine on American military culture, Muslim integration in Europe, the history of espionage in America, and the rebuilding of New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. She appears frequently on national and international news outlets, including BBC, CNN, MSNBC, and NPR, to discuss her work. Her articles have appeared in Rolling Stone, National Geographic Traveler, and Men’s Journal, among other publications. She was a Fulbright Fellow in Berlin, and winner of a National Press Club stand-up comedy fundraiser for Reporters Without Borders. As one of Lie Detectors’ participating journalists, she has been visiting classrooms for a year and opening the eyes of young people to the journalist profession and its delights and challenges.