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Andrea Millwood-Hargrave

Andrea Millwood-Hargrave was Research Director of the Broadcasting Standards Commission, now part of Ofcom. She joined the BSC in February 1991. The Commission’s role was to produce codes of practice, consider audience complaints and to conduct research and monitoring on standards and fairness in broadcasting. She commissioned a varied programme of broadcasting research looking at […]

Stefaan Verhulst

Stefaan Verhulst was the co-founder and Head of PCMLP from the programme’s inception in December 1996 – May 2002, as well as senior research fellow at the Centre for Socio Legal Studies. In addition, he was the Unesco Chairholder in Communications Law and Policy for the UK. Before his move to Oxford in 1996, he […]

Mercedes Muñoz Saldaña

Visiting Researcher Mercedes Muñoz Saldaña is a Professor at the School of Communication, University of Navarra and Director of the Public Communication Department. Her area of research focuses on audiovisual and advertising regulation, particularly on issues such as: the redefinition of the audiovisual public service; the legal configuration of public television; the nature and powers […]

Gabriela Martinez Sainz

Visiting Researcher Gabriela Martinez Sainz joins us from the University of Cambridge, where she is a PhD candidate currently researching human rights education in Mexico, with a view to integrating theory and practices and applying gained knowledge to the development of training programmes for human rights educators. Prior to Cambridge, Gabriela worked as Academic Coordinator […]

Wang Jufang

Visiting Researcher Wang Jufang is Vice Director of China Radio International (CRI) Online News. She holds a MSc in Politics and Communication from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Masters in International Relations from Peking University, Beijing. Her research interests include internet regulation and cybersecurity. During her stay she will continue […]

Blessed Ngwenya

DPhil Student Blessed Ngwenya is currently a DPhil student.  He completed his BA in 2004 and his BA Honours in 2005 with English and Media as majors at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. He obtained his MA with distinction from the same University where he investigated ‘The Sustainability of Community Radio as […]

Richard Danbury

Richard Danbury qualified as a barrister (trial advocate) and practiced briefly at 9-12 Bell Yard in criminal law. (He no longer practises, so is not able to exercise any rights as a barrister, and is not subject to the rules that practising barristers have to obey.)  He then spent a decade or so as a broadcast […]

Deeksha Sharma

Middle East Mooting Co-ordinator Deeksha Sharma recently completed her DPhil at Exeter College, Oxford where she also read for the BCL in 2010. Deeksha has been an avid mooter and participated in the 49th Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington DC in 2008. She judged the UK National Rounds of the Philip […]

Alecia Johns

Oxford Mooting Co-ordinator Alecia Johns coordinated the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition for several years and helped to launch rounds in Asia and America.  She recently completed her DPhil in law at Balliol College, Oxford and her thesis focuses on the rights of dual citizens to political representation in Jamaica, with comparative insights from Australia and […]

Iginio Gagliardone

Dr Iginio Gagliardone’s research and publications focus on media and political change, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, and on the emergence of distinctive models of the information society worldwide. He is leading different research projects, from examining the role of Information and Communication Technologies in peace-building and state-building in Eastern Africa, to understanding the increasing role […]