Centre for Communication and Glocal Change

I EvalComDev International Conference: Call for Papers

by Yuliya Hudoshnyk on 2016 October 21 10:58

Which theoretical and methodological approaches coexist within the C4D field? To what extent does the C4D field respond to challenges and needs raised by the financial crisis and to the alternative proposals  in both the Nord and the Global South? These and other questions will be discussed at the Evaluation of Communication for Development and Social Change conference in Spain (9-11 May 2017).


Ørecomm Symposium 2016 to Be Livestreamed

by Yuliya Hudoshnyk on 2016 September 22 11:07

Cannot attend Ørecomm Symposium 2016 yet willing to follow? Don’t miss your most awaited presentations and discussions – follow livestream of the programme.


Ørecomm Symposium 2016 – Final Programme Introduced

by Yuliya Hudoshnyk on 2016 September 14 15:59

It is a final countdown before the most awaited conference on communication for development,  Transit Europe: Mobility, Communication and Governance, starts in a week. Ørecomm is pleased to introduce the final programme.


Global Conference on Media & Communication Research: Results

by Yuliya on 2016 July 31 19:50

The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) has finished its international conference taking place at the University of Leicester during this week. The theme of IAMCR’s 2016 conference has been “Memory, Commemoration and Communication: Looking Back, Looking Forward”.


Ørecomm PhD Fellow Building Bridges in Australia

by Yuliya on 2016 July 25 09:18

Jonas Agerbæk Jeppesen is back from Australia, where he was a visiting scholar in the Centre for Communication and Social Change. In an interview given at the Centre he talks about his PhD project and perspectives of collaboration between Ørecomm and other partners.


Special Issue of the Journal of Communication: Call for Submissions

by Yuliya on 2016 July 11 12:42

The special issue titled “Communication for Development and Social Change: Experiences & Future Convergences”, published in 2017, will provide in-depth understanding of the role of communication in social movements and various forms of collective action. Have your study included in the special issue.