Florence Aubenas covered numerous events in Rwanda, Kosovo, Algeria, Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as several renown lawsuits in France – specifically, during the Outreau trials, where she made a name for herself by being one of the first to express her doubts about the culpability of the accused, who were in the end found innocent. Her name was also under the spotlight when she and her Iraqi guide were kidnapped in 2005.
What does the job of international correspondent entail, the daily life as well as the drama and emotions? The life of Florence Aubenas merges into the job, and reflects its demanding nature, its joys, but also its dangers, from Baghdad to Kabul.
with Florence Aubenas, writer and French international correspondent
Moderated by Sébastien Bonnemason-Richard
Friday 30 March 2018 at 6:30pm
Conference in French, translated in Khmer and English
Free entry subject to availability