Entries by Nicole Stremlau

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 […]

New UNESCO Study on Countering Online Hatespeech

UNESCO has just launched a study on Countering Online Hate Speech we have been working on in the past few months by Iginio Gagliardone (in collaboration with Danit Gal, Thiago Alves, and Gabriela Martinez) which offers a global overview of the dynamics characterizing hate speech online and some of the measures that have been adopted to counteract and […]

New Report with Chatham House Published on Cyber Security in Eastern Africa

This paper analyzes continuities and discontinuities of collective efforts toward enhanced cyber security in Eastern Africa, with a particular focus on Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia. Focusing on the challenges that have followed the contours of East Africa’s distinctive digital cultures, it challenges the view that cyber security and cyber resilience are simply technical problems that […]