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Tim McNulty at the World Economic Forum in Central Asia

  • Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Tim McNulty - Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Tim McNulty - Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Tim McNulty - Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Tim McNulty - Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

  • Tim McNulty - Medill at World Economic Forum - Central Asia

Lecturer Tim McNulty traveled to Astana, Kazakhstan to participate in the World Economic Forum in Central Asia. He appeared on televised panel discussions about the role of the media in a free market economy and the trials and pitfalls that confront journalists around the world. 

The event brought together thousands of participants from around the world. McNulty, co-director of the National Security Journalism Initiative at Medill, spoke about standards for journalists alongside Sean Herbert, a producer for CBS 60 Minutes, Miranda Patrucic, a lead investigative reporter with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, and Tom Mayne, an investigator at GlobalWitness, an organization that attempts to break the links between natural resources, conflict and corruption.