Media and the Inner World

Media Ethics and Emotional Wellbeing

Starts: November 10 @ 8:00am

Address: Anna Freud Centre
London

Media, Ethics and Emotional Wellbeing: Psychoanalytic Perspectives

A MiW/Freud Museum event in collaboration with Love Productions and Blink Films
Anna Freud Centre, 10th November 2012

Guiding question for the day:
What are the ethical and moral responsibilities for the press, broadcasters and policy makers when thinking about the emotional wellbeing of the nation?

 9.30-10. 00: Registration, tea and coffee

10.00-11.30:  Press Matters: Perspectives from the Press and its Subjects
Chair: Brett Kahr
Director, Dart Center, Europe: Gavin Rees
Journalist: Susanna Rustin
Psychoanalyst: Sally Weintrobe

11.30- 11.45: Break

11.45-1.15: TV Matters: Perspectives from Broadcasters and TV Subjects
Chair: Andrea Esser
Documentary Film Maker: Agnieszka Piotrowska
TV Creatives: Dan Chambers,
Richard McKerrow (tbc)
Academic: John Ellis
Psychotherapist: Laverne Antrobus

1.15-2.30: Lunch

2.30-4.00: Regulation Matters: Questions of Ethical and Moral Responsibility and Emotional Wellbeing
Chair:  Lisa Appignanesi
Broadcaster/Journalist: David Aaronovitch
Campaign Advisor, Hacked Off!: Evan Harris
Child Psychologists: Penelope Leach
www.mindfulpolicygroup.com: Melanie Gill

Registration Costs: £60 Full Price; £45 Students and concessions; (£5 discount for members of the Freud Museum and subscribers to MIWNET)

Tickets can be booked via the Freud Museum website: http://www.freud.org.uk/events/74910/media-ethics-and-emotional-wellbeing/
This will be the last MiW event of our current funding period, so we very much hope to see you there if you are able to join us.

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