The Independent and Evening Standard editors have the power at Huddle 2019.

  • Hear from Evening Standard deputy editor Charlotte Ross, Independent editor Christian Broughton and lifestyle editor Harriet Hall throughout different session across the day

Here's your guide of what sessions to attend at this years Mindshare Huddle.

Meet the Independently-Minded newsroom

ESI Media and The Independent give you the chance to lead the conversation with award-winning journalists – editor of The Independent Christian Broughton and lifestyle editor Harriet Hall.

Fearlessly passionate or frankly ignorant about Fast Fashion? Struggling to make sense of the Brexit rollercoaster? Majorly mad on Megan? You decide what’s up for debate.

Room 42
Thursday 14 November

Empowering the People #MakingChangeHappen

Newsworks have collaborated with different newsbrands to demonstrate how they influence and propel change in society. Giving a voice to the people to drive positive change. The Independent and the Evening Standard is taking part alongside Guardian News, News UK, Telegraph Media Group, REACH, JPIMedia, ESI Media and Mail Metro Media.

Christian Broughton, editor of The Independent, speaks on a panel on 'Challenging policies and making people accountable' sharing our story of the Final Say campaign alongside other news brands.
Room 44
Thursday 14 November

Charlotte Ross, deputy editor of The Evening Standard, speaks on a panel on 'Tackling our health issues and educating the public' talking about the Future London project, Clean Air, alongside other news brands.
Room 44
Thursday 14 November

You can also attend the Empowering the People 'Off-Huddle' in room 45 which will be a gallery showcase of all the news brands campaigns.

Remember to register on the App when it goes live - hope to see you there

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