Journalists who are representative of the communities they cover can access the highest-quality sources, discern compelling issues for local audiences, and rebuild trust with disaffected readers. But improving representation isn’t flipping a switch. News organizations must reflect on who international journalism is for.

Is it serving the people that the news is about or just informing a niche community of decision makers? In this panel we'll discuss the changing face of international journalism, new employment models, and unique, localized approaches to audience development that enable inclusion and true representation.