Entries by Nicole Stremlau

Now Accepting Applications: Annenberg-Oxford Media Summer Institute

The Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and the Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy at the University of Oxford are pleased to invite applications to the 19th annual Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, to be held from Monday, June 26 to Friday, July 7, 2017 at the University of Oxford. For […]

Communicating in Troubled Times: A Conversation on Media and Democracy Ahead of Kenya’s 2017 Elections

The way media interacts with political and civil society actors frames critical moments in the political history of a country, such as contested elections or controversial electoral campaigns. In the wake of Kenya’s 2007 elections and the ensuing crisis, society blamed mainstream media outlets for feeding the violence. A journalist, Joshua Arap Sang, was indicted […]

Mechachal – Final Report Released

We are delighted to announce the launch of the final report of the Mechachal project, one of first academic studies to contextually examine how hate speech emerges and disseminates in social media. A short summary of the findings can be found here (6 pages) The full report can be accessed here (104 pages) Focusing on Ethiopia, […]

Price Media Law International Rounds Results Out

We are delighted to announce the results of the 2016 International Rounds of the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition. Singapore Management University narrowly defeated Jindal Global Law School from India in an exciting finals round. The competition brought together dozens of teams, many of which successfully competed in regional rounds. The full results can […]

From Research to Practice: Bingham Centre Webcast

PCMLP recently participated in a live webcast organised by the Bingham Centre on how to convert academic research to practice. The event brought together a diverse group of speakers from the Overseas Development Institute, the UK Department for International Development, the World Bank and the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre.  PCMLP’s Nicole Stremlau spoke […]

Stremlau Interviewed on the BBC World Service

At a time when radio stations are under attack in some parts of Africa, new media offers the only real alternative to the dissemination of reliable information. The BBC World Services’ Click hears about a conference on media, elections and conflicts in Africa, held in Oxford and talks to two of the organisers, Marie-Soleil Frère […]

New Report on Online Engagement in Ethiopia Published

In collaboration with Addis Ababa University, and with the support of a tremendous team of researchers, PCMLP is pleased to launch the first report of a series looking at online engagement and hate speech in Ethiopia. The team, led by Dr Iginio Gagliardone, has been testing innovative methods to understand how Ethiopians in Ethiopia and the diaspora […]

Stremlau, Gagliardone and Fantini Publish in Third World Quarterly

Nicole Stremlau, Emanuele Fantini and Iginio Gagliardone have recently published Patronage, Politics and Performance: Radio Call-in Programmes and the Myth of Accountability in the leading journal, Third World Quarterly. This article draws on extensive research in the Somali Territories.  Free download of this article available for a limited time. An abstract follows: The role of media in […]

Registration for the Price Moot Court is Now Open

We are delighted to announce the 2015-16 mooting calendar. We have an exciting series of Regional Rounds lined up – from South Asia to South East Europe.  This year’s case addresses challenging and contemporary issues of online hate speech.  Full details of the programme and information about registration can be found the on the Price […]