The constructive journalism panel held on February 22 by IE University’s School of Politics, Economics, and Global Affiars (SPEGA) in collaboration with the IE Stork and El Instituto de Periodismo Constructivo marked the end of the competition and series of talks. Held by SPEGA’s Associate Vice Dean, Borja Santos, and moderated by the Stork’s Editor in Chief, Roché Smith Rabie, the conversation revolved around the future of journalism.
I am a German/Austrian student of the dual Bachelor's degree of Politics, Law and Economics and Laws at IE University in Madrid. Apart from my interest in journalism, politics and law, I love theatre, film and the arts. I also really love reading. I guess exactly that little bit of interest everywhere is what draws me so much to journalism!
What is the white man's burden nowadays? What is the mission of the white, Christian, Western man in a world made up of an infinite tapestry of cultures, traditions, religions, languages and beliefs? Why the white man is always right, and the rest is wrong? Why do democracies always have to be right even if they are not?