22 January 2020
Exhibition Road doors open at 6.30pm
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
From £8.00 per person
An all-female panel of some of the UK's most highly respected travel journalists.
Hear them share their hints and tips on how to capture and record your journeys in writing, as well as their experiences on assignment.
Lola Akinmade Akerstrom who has written for National Geographic Traveler, BBC, CNN, The Guardian, Travel + Leisure, Slate, Travel Channel, Lonely Planet, Forbes, Fodor’s, AFAR, National Geographic Channel, Adventure Magazine, several in-flight magazines, New York Times, amongst others.
Sara Evans is an award-winning travel writer, published by the Saturday and Sunday Telegraph, The Independent, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Africa Geographic (among others). Author of When The Last Lion Roars.
Sophy Roberts has been Editor-at-large for Condé Nast Traveller (UK), Special Correspondent for Condé Nast Traveler (US), Travel Editor for The Economist 1843, and a Columnist for FT How To Spend It. She is the author of The Lost Pianos of Siberia, published on 6 February by Doubleday.
Emma Thomson (chair) was Commissioning Editor at Bradt Travel Guides and is now a multi award-winning freelance journalist who writes for National Geographic Traveller (UK and US), The Daily Telegraph and The Times, among others and regularly contributes to the BBC's From Our Own Correspondent.
Greenland and Antarctica are distant, unfamiliar places. We hear of giant icebergs breaking away, glaciers crumbling: but how much we do know about the fate of these great ice sheets?
9 March 2020
A full day workshop that supports Educational Visits Coordinators (EVCs) in their roles by covering the legal and practical procedures required of their position.
10 March 2020
Aimed at both new and established Heads of Geography, this conference provides a range of sessions to support and develop the key skills needed to successfully run a department.
11 March 2020
A must for those involved in planned visits in the UK or overseas, this course looks at the safety management issues involved in planning, managing and evaluating local visits, fieldtrips, residentials and exchanges.
12 May 2020
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