Jane Corbin: Conference Facilitators
Senior foreign affairs correspondent for the BBC's Panorama, Jane Corbin has covered the world’s major conflicts for more than two decades. A respected keynote speaker, Jane has a wealth of knowledge regarding the key security and human rights issues of our times, including the Middle East, global terrorism, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the former Soviet Union and the Balkans, and the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
Broadcaster and keynote speaker Jane Corbin is internationally respected. For many years she has acted as the face of cutting-edge news. Covering the world’s major conflicts for more than two decades, Jane is a senior correspondent for Panorama, the BBC’s flagship current affairs programme, she has also investigated key security and human rights issues across the globe. Her influential and ground-breaking work has won numerous awards and accolades for her work.
Jane is an accomplished international media commentator on the Middle East and terrorism author of well-regarded books and many authoritative articles. Regularly contributing to parliamentary committees, think-tanks at government level as well as chairing conferences and public speaking, Jane is an influential figure.
She motivates and manages teams in many countries and complex logistical situations.er work means she has consistently delivered in the most difficult and dangerous of circumstances while upholding the highest journalistic and ethical standards. She has reported and written for more than 100 documentaries for Panorama and the BBC
Her work means she has consistently delivered in the most difficult and dangerous of circumstances while upholding the highest journalistic and ethical standards. She has reported and written for more than 100 documentaries for Panorama and the BBC specialising in the Middle East and Central Asia.
Writing from an insider’s perspective on the conflict and terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan, Jane has published some prolific work leading her to advise the All Party Parliamentary Group on conflict resolution.
Jane is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society; a four-time winner of the Royal Television Society Award and Emmy nominee.
Reporting on the death of Osama bin Laden and the people’s revolution in Egypt which toppled President Mubarak and inspired uprisings across the Middle East, as well as covering Iran’s disputed election, the Green Movement and human rights abuses in the Islamic Republic, Jane has been at the forefront of countless historical event.
Jane was one of the first journalists to identify and warn of the threat from al Qaeda years before 9/11. She has travelled extensively in Africa, the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Far East charting the rise of Osama bin Laden’s militant Islamic movement and has written extensively on it. Jane has become a sought-after international commentator on terrorism appearing on ABC, CNN, Fox and many European networks.
Internationally respected for her prolific journalism, Jane is a keynote speaker of the highest calibre.