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UNESCO-FCCT World Press Freedom Day Youth Poster Finalists

Guests signing in for the event

Mahidol students check out the winners in the World Press Freedom Day Asia-Pacific Youth Poster exhibition at FCCT

UNESCO Bangkok Public Information Officer, Ms Akané Nozaki, welcoming attendees

Ms Prim Bunsopis, first-place winner of the UNESCO-FCCT Asia Pacific Youth Poster Competition

Ms Bunsopis receiving her price from competition sponsor, SALA Hospitality Group Director of Marketing, Mr Anthony van Sleeuwen

Ms Nozaki with students from Mahidol University and Assumption University

FCCT president Mr Jonathan Head moderating the panel discussion

From left, panelists Gayathry Venkiteswaran from the Southeast Asian Press Alliance, Kavi Chongkittavorn, formerly group editor at Nation multimedia, and Anothai Udomsilp from Thai PBS, and moderator

Panel discussion underway

Panel discussion underway

Panel discussion underway

Panel takes questions

Panel takes questions

Panel takes questions

Participants pose questions to the panelists

Participants pose questions to the panelists

Participants pose questions to the panelists

Participants pose questions to the panelists

Participants pose questions to the panelists

Participants pose questions to the panelists

The panelists touched on subjects ranging from journalist safety to dealing with "hate speech" in the digital age.

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On 29th April 2014, UNESCO Bangkok and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Thailand have announced the winners of their World Press Freedom Day Asia-Pacific Youth Poster Competition.

The full list of 16 finalists from the competition, as well as artist and caption information, are available here:http://goo.gl/9dIfnugoo.gl/9dIfnu

For more on the competition: http://www.unescobkk.org/news/article/ winners-announced-in-unesco-bangkok-and-foreign-corre spondents-club-of-thailand -world-press-freedom/

UNESCO-FCCT WPFD Exhibition Launch/Panel Discussion Event page: https://www.facebook.com/ events/1439721202941448/