This research project by Roja Zaitoonie analyzes the UN's media policies and activities in fragile and (post-)conflict contexts and investigate to which degree the UN has been able to transcend its efforts from idea to reality.
This study by Stefan Wollnik examines the importance of global media assistance for health journalism in Uganda and South Africa. It seeks to identify measures for improving health journalism in the long term.
This research project by Viviane Schönbächler analyzes the complex interrelations between gender, radio and conflict resolution in Burkina Faso.
This research project by Dr Ines Drefs studies the collaboration between media development actors from the perspective of the so-called "local partners".
This study by Fabíola Ortiz dos Santos on media development projects in the Central African Republic explores to what extent radio stations further the idea of a just peacebuilding in the public debate through news reporting.
This research project by Johanna Mack aims to provide a mapping of all media actors and media development actors in Guinea-Bissau, which is counted by UNDESA as one of the ten least developed countries in the world.
This research project by Michel Leroy explores the conditions under which a more viable radio in development contexts is also a more professional radio and to what extent professionalization is conducive for sustainability.
This research project by Mira Keßler focuses on communication and
interactions in journalism training settings in the "global North" and
"South". It seeks to add to the understanding and reflection of
differences, their negotiations, their effect and their roots.
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