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This free pre-summit CGMS workshop aims to help European stakeholders better understand the information and entertainment needs of Arabic-speaking children, many of whom are struggling to make sense of the troubling and often chaotic environment they have witnessed.

Climate change is the biggest existential crisis that we face, yet the topic is often misreported or lacks in regular coverage. Browse through a series of useful guides and tools to help journalists report this most complex of issues.

New industry-wide glossary provides an extensive resource of essential technical terms for the broadcast and media industry.

As part of a special issue of the Media, War and Conflict journal, the War and Media network are looking for papers that assess framing as a method for analysing contemporary war coverage.

This year’s conference in Johannesburg will feature an “academic research track” focussing Investigative and Computer-Assisted Reporting Pedagogical Skills and Techniques.

The Network for Journalists in the Nordic Countries (NJC) has released a fascinating collection of abstracts regarding freedom of expression in the region.

Defining the Nation, Defining Public Television

The Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies are looking for submissions for a special issue on cross-border journalism.

2017 Joint Workshop of the “Communication Law and Policy” and “Media Industries and Cultural Production” Sections of the European Communications Research and Education Association

New research by Article 19 and the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR) offers in-depth analysis about ongoing concerns surrounding the independence of public service media in Poland.

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