Dr Rogier Creemers is a post-doctoral research officer at the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy. On the basis of his background in Chinese Studies and International Relations, he wrote a Ph.D. thesis on the relationship between media piracy in China, intellectual property law and media regulation, and globalization. His main research interests include […]
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South Asia Co-ordinator Anup has a D.Phil in Law from Oxford University, and an under-graduate degree in law from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), University of Law, Hyderabad, India and first came to Oxford in 2007 to read for the BCL. His doctoral research is focused on affirmative action policies for […]
Dr Nicole Stremlau is Head of the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy and a Research Fellow in the Centre of Socio-Legal Studies. Nicole Stremlau’s research focuses on media and governance, particularly in areas of conflict and insecurity in Africa. Her most recent projects examine the role of new media in political participation and […]
Vuk Cucic and his team from the Unviersity of Belgrade over came the odds and many more experienced teams to take home the top prize for the oral rounds AND best memorials at the 2011 International Rounds in Oxford of the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. In this video you will find out what […]
For the latest information on the EU FP7 project on Media, Conflict and Democratization (MeCoDEM) check out the MeCoDEM website. Research emerging from this project will be posted here, along with events and other resources. PCMLP is pleased to be leading Work Package 6 on Government Communication and directing the Kenya country team research. Further information can be […]
PCMLP, in collaboration with Addis Ababa University, has published a new report that offers a set of innovative conceptual and methodological tools to address the emergence and proliferation of hate speech online. The issue of hate speech is complex – it serves as an illuminative lens for researchers and practitioners, governments and citizens, as well […]
New information technologies (ICTs) such as mobile phones hold great potential to affect peacebuilding, statebuilding, governance, transparency, and accountability in Africa. ICTs ubiquity and ability to interact with older media enables citizens to experiment with innovative ways of influencing politics. Despite strong assertions in the existing research regarding the usefulness of ICTs (and media more […]
Nicole Stremlau discusses some of the issues around PCMLP’s research on media and conflict. This video was prepared by the Wold Bank’s 2011 World Development Report.
The third annual Price Moot Court Competition was held from March 24 – 27, 2010 at Oxford Uiversity and invited 27 teams from more than 18 countries. In the end, the team from Singapore Management University and School of Law won first place, with the Cardozo Law School team coming in second. In this video […]
Monroe E. Price, is the founder of the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy (PCMLP) at the University of Oxford and the Director of the Center for Global Communication Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Here he explains a lit bit about the motivation behind creating the International Price Media Law Moot Court Competition.