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Feb
5
Fri
5:00 pm The Arab uprisings a decade on: ... @ Online
The Arab uprisings a decade on: ... @ Online
Feb 5 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Arab uprisings a decade on: Egypt and Tunisia @ Online
A decade ago on 14th January 2011, after weeks of historic protests, Tunisians deposed their decades-long dictator Ben Ali. Inspired by this revolutionary development, Egyptians embarked on an equally inspiring revolt which in barely 18[...]
Feb
11
Thu
5:00 pm South-to-South Communications @ Online
South-to-South Communications @ Online
Feb 11 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
South-to-South Communications @ Online
South-to-South Communications: The Role of Mediactivism, Art-ivism and Visibility to Fight Marginalisation In this presentation, Andrea Medrado analyses a South-to-South connection between media-activists and art-ivists – artists who are activists – in the Global South.[...]
Feb
15
Mon
4:00 pm Public Service Media in Challeng... @ Online
Public Service Media in Challeng... @ Online
Feb 15 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Public Service Media in Challenging Times: Connectivity, Climate and Corona @ Online
A talk by Graham Murdock, hosted and organised by InnoPSM: AHRC Research Network on Innovation in Public Service Media Policies. Respondents: Alessandro d’Arma, University of Westminster; Minna Aslama Horowitz, University of Helsinki; Klaus Unterberger, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation[...]
Feb
24
Wed
5:00 pm Decolonising the Curriculum? Whi... @ Online
Decolonising the Curriculum? Whi... @ Online
Feb 24 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Decolonising the Curriculum? Which Curriculum? How? and by Whom? @ Online
The epistemological underpinnings of knowledge in today’s world were shaped during colonial times for purposes of social control. For the majority of people in the world, particularly those in the global South, what is learnt,[...]
Mar
4
Thu
5:00 pm Peace on Facebook? @ Online
Peace on Facebook? @ Online
Mar 4 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Peace on Facebook? @ Online
Peace on Facebook? Problematising Social Media as Spaces for Intergroup Contact in Divided Societies As far back as the late sixties, renowned peace theorist Johann Galtung (1967) predicted that the rapid growth of new media[...]
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