Slow Journalism Night

Our journalists take an in-depth look at the history of four movements – the Arab Spring, Wikileaks, Anonymous and Occupy – which challenged the established order over the last five years. After looking at their origins and achievements we ask the question: several years after they all began, how many of their goals have been realised?


Sakhr Al-Makhadhi
Sakhr Al-Makhadhi visited the Zaatari refugee camp over a three-year period to see how a Syrian city rose from the dust. He’ll be talking about his experiences – and you can read the original Delayed Gratification article here.

Ed Thompson
Thompson is the photojournalist behind the book Occupy London. He will talk about the global Occupy movement and what it has and hasn’t achieved.

Alan Rutter
Journalist Alan Rutter will be talking about Wikileaks, Anonymous and the future of hacking.

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Creative Review

A slower, more reflective type of journalism”
Creative Review

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Die Zeit

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Qi podcast

A fantastic publication that puts current events into perspective”
Qi podcast

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El Mundo

Refreshing... parries the rush of 24-hour news with 'slow journalism'”
The Telegraph

A leisurely (and contrary) look backwards over the previous three months”
The Telegraph

Perhaps we could all get used to this Delayed idea...”
BBC Radio 4 - Today Programme

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Stacks Magazine

Wonderful title and wonderful concept”