With only 3 weeks to go we are starting the countdown – 17 to 20 September will be interesting days! Don’t forget to register before 7 September 2014.
More information about the participatory video workshops is now available on the website. Don’t miss a great opportunity to learn more about the use of participatory video in international development. Read more about the workshops and how to sign up for them here.
We are also happy to announce that Marcin de Kaminski, Policy Specialist for Freedom of Expression/ICT at Sida, Sweden, will join our policy panel on “The Role of Media and Communication in the Post 2015 Agenda”.
We are also especially happy to see our film-screenings come into place, and to be collaborating with Folkets Bio and Doc Lounge Malmö this year again. The screenings of Gringo Trails (2013) by Pegi Vail and The Stuart Hall Project (2013) by John Akomfrah, will be free and open also to non-participants of the conference. Don’t hesitate to bring a friend!
Browse through the programme here, or visit voiceandmatter.net for more information.
Voice & Matter is drawing close – 17 to 20 September will be interesting days. With little more than four weeks to go, as many as 50 speakers from 20 different countries are confirmed.
Almost 30 speakers have been accepted to present papers during the conference, and we are happy to announce that abstracts and bios now are available on the website. Browse through the interesting collection of presentations here.
Latest confirmations include Francis B. Nyamnjoh, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Read more about his work and our other keynotes here.
For more updates, check the latest version of the programme.
Last but not least, don’t forget to register! Last day for registration is 7 September 2014.
We are looking very much forward to four intensive days, dedicated to the theory and practice of Communication for Development. We hope to see you there!