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Weekend’s Food for Thought

by Yuliya on 2015 May 17 14:04

Today is the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia. How can storytelling assist equality building? This week we look at Free&Equal communication campaign and, as always, offer you opportunities for your C4D toolkit.

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Tobias Denskus: Development Communication is Witness to Injustice

by Yuliya on 2015 May 14 16:52

This week we talk with Tobias Denskus, a Senior Lecturer in Communication for Development at Malmø University and a member of Ørecomm community about prospects of the aid industry, a new generation of potential comdev professionals and practices that can have an actual impact.

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Weekend’s Food for Thought

by Yuliya on 2015 May 9 10:00

We sum up the week with a few  handy resources that have caught our eye. Read on what is missing in development practices,  how to build understanding and cooperation with an audience, what impact information society projects have in the Global South and more.

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A Study of Video Letters Wins a Prize for Doctoral Dissertation

by Yuliya on 2015 May 5 11:11

A study of the post-conflict development communication intervention in former Yugoslavia got the highest recognition from FSMK.

 

 A dissertation written by Florencia Enghel, a member of Ørecomm’s research community has received the FSMK (The Swedish Association for Media and Communication Research) Doctoral Dissertation 2015 award. The Association based its’ selection criteria on quality, originality and intellectual depth in terms of theory, methodology and analysis as well as the dissertation’s contribution to the knowledge building.

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Weekend’s Food for Thought

by Yuliya on 2015 May 3 09:22

For this weekend we found a couple of good tools you can use in you communication practice. Also, the last week’s tragedy in Nepal gave lessons about the efficiency of communication during and after the crisis. Here are some reads to reflect on how C4D has taken place in response to the earthquake.

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