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This study examines key trends that have characterized global media in the period between 2012 and 2017, from the rise of new forms of “algorithmic pluralism” to the interactions between “media capture” and “fake news”. It combines regional and global perspectives to chart how different areas of the globe have interacted with the changes occurred in the media sphere, including the decline of the printed press and the contradictions of “zero rating”, which ostensively allows those at the margin to have access to the Internet, but presents them with a much less diverse portion of it.  Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation. Stremlau, Nicole and Gagliardone, Iginio and Price, Monroe, World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development 2018 (February 12, 2018). World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development 2018, ISBN 978-92-3-100242-7 .

• World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development 2018 more. by Iginio Gagliardone. This study examines key trends that have characterized global media in the period between 2012 and 2017, from the rise of new forms of “algorithmic pluralism” to the interactions between “media capture” and “fake news”. It combines more. This study examines key trends that have characterized global media in the period between 2012 and 2017, from the rise of new forms of “algorithmic pluralism” to the interactions between “media capture” and “fake news”. It combines regional and global perspective

The World Trends Report offers a critical analysis of new trends in media freedom, pluralism, independence and the safety of journalists. With a special focus on gender equality in the media, the report provides a global perspective that serves as an essential resource for UNESCO Member States, international organizations, civil society groups, academia and individuals seeking to understand the changing global media landscape. Links: Website. Website. Theme page: Fostering Freedom of Expression. Press Freedom on All Platforms.

On 3 May 2018, to celebrate World Press Freedom Day, the United Nations launched the UNESCO study on World Trends of Freedom of Expression and Media Development, led for Wits by Dr Iginio Gagliardone (Media Studies), and produced in collaboration with the University of Oxford and the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, in consultation with research teams across five. continents. The study was a major undertaking, charting recent trends in global media and communications, including the rise in algorithmic pluralism, the increasing polarization of the public sphe

The Report highlights key changes in the media landscape and the challenges that these have brought, such as an increase in cyber harassment and hate speech, the spread of unverified ‘fake news’ and continuing threats to journalists’ physical and digital safety. This event, held alongside the CI Commission of the General Conference, will feature a presentation of the main findings of the Report and a panel of experts to provide unique insight into specific trends. The session aims to highlight the Report’s findings to Member States as part of UNESCO’s continued efforts to promote and defend fr

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01 May 2018. PCMLP are delighted to announce the publication of UNESCO’s flagship study, World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development. The lead authors of this report include Nicole Stremlau (University of Oxford and University of Johannesburg), Iginio Gagliardone (University of Witwatersrand) and Monroe Price (University of Pennsylvania), in consultation with a research team that spanned 5 continents. The study was a major undertaking, charting recent trends in global media and communications, including the rise in algorithmic pluralism, the increasing polarization of the publi

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The report, which covers the period 2012 to 2017, discusses freedom of expression across four key dimensions of media freedom, pluralism, independence and safety of journalists. It is intended as a tool for implementing the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which recognizes the importance of ensuring public access to information and protecting fundamental freedoms among its goals. As one of its observations, the report shows that media independence is weakening and the professional standards of journalism are being eroded by economic forces on the one hand and lack of rec

The report focuses on the latest trends in the media landscape, including media freedom, citing the rapid political, technological and economic changes of recent times that have put further pressure on the independence of media. “The rise of new forms of political populism as well as what have been seen as authoritarian policies are important developments”, emphasizes the report, adding that “governments are increasingly monitoring and also requiring the take down of information online, in many cases not only relating to hate speech and content seen to encourage violent extremism, but also wha

World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development – Special Digital Focus 2015 explores emerging opportunities and challenges for press freedom in the digital age. With a focus on online hate speech, protection of journalism sources, the role of internet intermediaries in fostering freedom online, and the safety of journalists, the report highlights the importance of new actors in promoting and protecting freedom of expression online and off-line.  Bibliographic reference Author(s): Gagliardone, Iginio; Gal, Danit; Alves Pinto, Thiago; Martinez Sainz, Gabriela Collation: 204 p. Publication year: 2015 ISBN: 978-92-3-100127-7 (print/pdf); 978-92-3-100137-6 (ePub). Tag: Freedom of Expression. Freedom of Expression.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This publication offers a grou  The overarching trend observed throughout the study is one of disruption brought on by technology and to a lesser extent the global economic crisis, with mixed results for freedom of expression and media development. World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development is a key resource for governments, the media, academia, the private sector and civil society, and is an essential read for anyone interested in the contemporary media environment. more. Get A Copy. Kindle Store.

L’UNESCO ha pubblicato la terza edizione di “Tendenze mondiali sulla libertà di espressione e sullo sviluppo dei media”, con la particolare intenzione di contribuire all’attuazione dell’Agenda 2030 dell’ONU per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile, che riconosce tra i suoi obiettivi l’importanza di assicurare l’accesso pubblico all’informazione e proteggere le libertà fondamentali. Dal rapporto sostanzialmente emerge un indebolimento dell’indipendenza dei media e un deterioramento del livello professionale dei giornalisti a causa sia delle forze economiche che della mancanza di apprezzamento da parte degli

UNESCO Director for Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Guy Berger said the report is unique and is becoming as influential as Unesco's Global Monitoring Report on Education. The report was developed with funding from the Swedish government. Sweden's Minister of Culture and Democracy, Alice Bah Kuhnke said the report gives an insight into the major challenges faced by the media worldwide. Also speaking at the occasion was the Strategic Coordinator of the Namibia Media Trust, Zoe Titus who pointed out that the multitude of issues facing the media makes the global report extre

On 14th March 2018, the Commissioner for the Uganda Human Rights Commission, Hon. Meddie B. Mulumba launched the 2017/2018 Global Report on “World Freedom of Expression and Media Development.” This was at a colourful ceremony organised by the Department of Journalism and Communication Makerere University, in partnership with Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied.  With support from the Swedish Government, a large scale research project was initiated, leading to the first World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development Report in 2014.Since then, efforts have been renewed to capture contemporary trends in the area of media development and freedom of the press.

Freedom of expression in general, and media development in particular, are core to UNESCO’s constitutional mandate to advance ‘the mutual knowledge and understanding of peoples, through all means of mass communication’ and promoting ‘the free flow of ideas by word and image.’ For UNESCO, press freedom is a corollary of the general right to freedom of expression.  These trends have impacted traditional economic and organizational structures in the news media, legal and regulatory frameworks, journalism practices, and media consumption and production habits. Technological convergence has expanded the number of and access to media platforms as well as the potential for expression. It has enabled the emergence of citizen journalism and spaces for independent media, while at the same time fundamentally reconfiguring journalistic practices and the business of news.

According to the World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development Global Report 2017/2018, there is a strong societal demand for the professionalization of regulatory and media bodies: Governmental alliances such as the Freedom Online Coalition and NGOs such as IFEX and the Media Legal Defence Initiative. Training of lawyers and judges are gaining popularity. UNESCO has provided training in this vein to 5,000 employees of the judicial sector in Latin America, and is commencing a similar initiative in Africa.[28]. There is also an increase in online training for journalism.

Iginio Gagliardone is a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford and a Research Associate at the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge. His research and publications focus on new media and political change in sub-Saharan Africa, the adaptation of international norms of freedom of expression in authoritarian regimes, and the role of the media in peace-building processes. His current research is exploring the role of emerging powers such as China in promoting alternative conceptions of the internet in Africa, and in particular whether and ho

World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development offers a new look at recent evolutions in media freedom, independence, pluralism and journalist safety. These areas are explored at the international level and with respect to gender and global media. The overarching trend observed throughout is one of disruption brought on by technology and to a lesser extent the global economic crisis, with mixed results for freedom of expression and media development.  World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development is a key resource for governments, the media, academia, the private sector and civil society and is an essential read for anyone interested in the contemporary media environment. An Africa-specific report is also available from the UNESCO website.

How do media plurality, safety of jounalists, gender and freedom of expression within the sustainable development goals determine its path? Welcome Remarks from Rep. Adam Schiff Opening remarks from Karin Höglund, Minister Counselor and Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Sweedn in Washington, DC.  Courtney Radsch, Committee to Protect Journalists and editor of “World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development” Dr. Radsch is a journalist, researcher, and free expression advocate. She worked for UNESCO's Section for Freedom of Expression, where she coordinated the organization's strategy in the Arab region. Dr. Radsch previously worked as senior program manager for the Global Freedom of Expression Campaign at Freedom House. She has also worked for Al-Arabiya in Dubai, the Daily Star in Lebanon, and The New York Times.

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New Media, New Politics. Iginio Gagliardone. Iginio Gagliardone. Distributed for Zed Books. 192 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.  While Western countries have ambiguously linked the need to fight security threats with restrictions of the information space, China has been vocal in asserting the need to control communication to ensure stability and development. Featuring a wealth of interviews with a variety of actors—from Chinese and African journalists in Chinese media to Chinese workers for major telecommunication companies—this highly original book demonstrates how China is both contributing to the “Africa rising” narrative while exploiting the weaknesses of Western approaches to Africa, which remain trapped between an

Freedom of expression in general, and media development in particular, are core to UNESCO’s constitutional mandate to advance ‘the mutual knowledge and understanding of peoples, through all means of mass communication’ and promoting ‘the free flow of ideas by word and image.’ For UNESCO, press freedom is a corollary of the general right to freedom of expression. Since 1991, the year of the seminal Windhoek Declaration, which was endorsed by our Member States, UNESCO has understood press freedom as designating the conditions of media freedom, pluralism and independence, as well as the safety of

Media Development. 3 May World Press Freedom Day. Journalists Killed. Golden Pen of Freedom. Women in News. Editors. INJECT – Future Journalism, Now. Printers.  UNESCO's Director of Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Guy Berger, will address the newsroom implications of current debates about media freedom and privacy during the 21st World Editors Forum in Torino this June. Tags. censorship. Guy Berger. impunity. Internet freedom. Irena Bokova.

Iginio Gagliardone is research fellow in new media and human rights at the University of Oxford. He is a member of the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy, a research associate of the Oxford Internet Institute as well as an associate of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on the relationship between new media, political change and human rights, and on the emergence of distinctive models of the information society. His most recent research projects explore the nature and significance of hate speech online, with a particular em

Iginio Gagliardone. Senior Lecturer in Media Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, and Associate Research Fellow in New Media and Human Rights, University of Oxford. Bridges news. Development. Passerelles. , Volume 19 - Number 5.  China’s growing interest in supporting the development of Africa’s telecom infrastructure has been met with suspicion in some quarters. Is such engagement favouring the emergence of an authoritarian version of the information society on the continent? Huawei, China’s leading telecom equipment

Repercussions of these measures on freedom of expression are considered along with social and non-regulatory mechanisms that may prove efficient in countering online hate speech. 2. Protecting Journalism Sources in the Digital Age shows how legal frameworks for the protection of journalistic sources have come under significant strain in the last years, being nowadays at risk of erosion, restriction and compromise. This constitutes a particular threat to the sustainability of investigative journalism. The chapter provides also an 11-point research tool for assessing the effectiveness of legal s  To do so use the the wording "this article was originally published on the Resource Centre on Media Freedom in Europe" including a direct active link to the original article page. Supported by: RESOURCE CENTRE on MEDIA FREEDOM in Europe.

Across the world, freedom of expression and journalism are under fire. Violent extremism, forced migration, and persistent inequality have contributed to a wave of political polarization, nationalism, and identity politics. As Internet intermediaries increasingly become primary platforms for accessing content, traditional media have seen their business models challenged, and some journalists see social media platforms and their algorithms as replacing them as the editors. How have these political, social and technological forces impacted freedom of expression online? This session will provide

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Gagliardone, Iginio 2018. The Palgrave Handbook of Media and Communication Research in Africa. p. 263. CrossRef. Google Scholar.  Building on over ten years of research in Ethiopia, Iginio Gagliardone investigates the relationship between politics, development, and technological adoption in Africa's second most populous country and its largest recipient of development aid. The emphasis the book places on the 'technopolitics' of ICTs, and on their ability to embody and enact political goals, offers a strong and empirically grounded counter-argument to prevalent approaches to the study of technology and development that can be applied to other cases in Africa and beyond. Reviews. 'For anyone interested

Oversaw NYU's Office of Interactive Media which supports 14 Student Affairs departments and several Provostial programs; OIM also housed the staff behind HashtagNYU, a nationally-award winning digital community. Wrote and tailored technical documents, presentations, and reports for the Vice Chancellor for Global Programs and University Life and the Senior Vice President. From 2009-2016, aided in one of the most unique and successful admissions efforts in higher education history with NYU Abu Dhabi, overseeing online technologies to connect, recruit, and yield 1500 students from 109 countr  Maryellen Fullerton: Immigration Law (Sp '16); Freedom House (Sp '17); Iginio Gagliardone & Monroe Price: UNESCO World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development (Sp-Su '17). ACADEMIC INTERESTS

This report is based on the outcomes of the workshop organized by the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) at the University of Oxford and the Stanhope Centre for communications Policy Research. The workshop reflected on China’s growing influence in Africa’s communications sector and on the implications this has on the prevailing local and Western approaches to media assistance and media development in Africa and beyond. It brought together researchers from Africa, China, and Europe to build a common research agenda and to develop an innovative and multi-actor approach to stud  Gagliardone, Iginio; Repnikova, Maria; and Stremlau, Nicole. (2010). China in Africa: A New Approach to Media Development?.

Iginio Gagliardone is Research Fellow at the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) at the University of Oxford. His research focuses on the role old and new media play in development and political participation. He recently started exploring how emerging powers such as China may be promoting alternative conceptions of the Internet in Africa. Iginio previously worked for UNESCO in Addis Ababa, coordinating programs for the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for development, and for the Stanhope Centre for Communication Policy Research. He also reguarly coll

Iginio Gagliardone is research fellow at the programme in comparative media law and policy (PCMLP), university of Oxford. He researches and publishes on international communication, African politics, and development. He is the author of a forthcoming book on media and politics in Ethiopia. August 2012. Meles Zenawi the ideologue has left Ethiopia at a dangerous crossroads. Iginio Gagliardone: It is difficult to imagine the survival of policies initiated by the ambitious but intolerant leader without his leadership. Published: 23 Aug 2012. Published: 23 Aug 2012. Meles Zenawi the ideologue has

In 2018 and beyond, it’s critical for the modern library to take in the changing faces of its patrons and respond accordingly. Every demographic is different, but there are countless ways that the modern library can respond to recent trends and offer information and resources that are both innovative and relevant to its users. Technology. Image ALT Text: A robotic hand prototype.  Library science professionals must strive to develop makerspaces and other technology labs that cater to the distinct needs of their demographics. Makerspaces can be entire on-site labs, mobile carts, or even backpacks filled with tools that are available for loan. Gamification. Gamification is an emerging trend that frames learning in the easily accessible format of a game. Games are increasingly seeing use for everything from elementary school education to professional training.

Iginio Gagliardone, Maria Repnikova, Nicole Stremlau. 2010. This report is based on the outcomes of the workshop organized by the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) at the University of Oxford and the Stanhope Centre for communications… (More). 2.  Iginio Gagliardone. PsychNology Journal. 2005.  This paper addresses how state actors in the developing world have influenced technology adoption and favoured the diffusion of certain uses of ICTs while discouraging others. Drawing upon extensive… (More).

World trends in freedom of expression and media development. KEY SOURCES African Media Development Initiative. (2006). Research Summary Report. http://www.africanmediainitiative.org/upload/AMDI BBC%20summary%20report%282%29.pdf Almadhoun, S. (2012, 3 August). Access to Information in the Middle East and North Africa Region: An overview of recent developments in Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia. World Bank Institute. http://wbi.worldbank.org/wbi/Data/wbi/wbicms/files/drupalacquia/wbi/Almadhoun-ATI_in_MNA_Region_ENGLISH.pdf Al-Malki, A. et al. (2012). Arab Women in Arab News: Old Stereotypes

L’UNESCO ha pubblicato la terza edizione di “Tendenze mondiali sulla libertà di espressione e sullo sviluppo dei media”, con la particolare intenzione di contribuire all’attuazione dell’Agenda 2030 dell’ONU per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile, che riconosce tra i suoi obiettivi l’importanza di assicurare l’accesso pubblico all’informazione e proteggere le libertà fondamentali. Dal rapporto sostanzialmente emerge un indebolimento dell’indipendenza dei media e un deterioramento del livello professionale dei giornalisti a causa sia delle forze economiche che della mancanza di apprezzamento da parte degli

District quota admission list for bachelor of journalism and communication 2018/19. 9 months 3 weeks ago. Makerere holds the rig on press freedom project. 9 months 4 weeks ago. Two Journalists killed weekly - New UNESCO Global report- Makerere University.

World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development global report 2017/2018. Unesco har nu släppt den tredje utgåvan av sin rapport World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development som ger en översikt över nya trender inom mediefrihet, mångfald, oberoende och journalisters säkerhet. Rapporten har bland annat funnit att fler individer än någonsin idag har tillgång till information tack vare internet, samtidigt som kombinationen av polarisering och teknisk förändring underlättar spridningen av hat, misogyni och ”falska nyheter”.

UNESCO Director for Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Guy Berger said the report is unique and is becoming as influential as Unesco's Global Monitoring Report on Education. The report was developed with funding from the Swedish government. Sweden's Minister of Culture and Democracy, Alice Bah Kuhnke said the report gives an insight into the major challenges faced by the media worldwide. Also speaking at the occasion was the Strategic Coordinator of the Namibia Media Trust, Zoe Titus who pointed out that the multitude of issues facing the media makes the global report extre

Freedom of expression and media development are inextricably linked to the human rights agenda. The trends outlined in this report by UNESCO are part of a larger conceptual picture by highlighting the influence of free expression and related concepts, on other rights. It provides an map within which regional and national trends can be compared, and corrective measures taken, to shape communication for a better future. Press freedom is examined in four key dimensions: Media freedom, media pluralism, media independence and the safety of journalists. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0026/002610/2

29-06-2018HNNews, UNESCO. Partagez ! The Freedom of Expression and Media Development Division whose director is Guy Berger, has recently launched the Global Report 2017 / 2018 World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development. Find the entire Guy Berger’s intervention, made it in the framework of the International Symposium ORBICOM “Communication, city and public space”. The full report are available on the UNESCO’s official website, translated into six languages (French, English, Spanish, Arab, Russian and Chinese). Previous. Next.

Iginio Gagliardone is a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford and a Research Associate at the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge. His research and publications focus on new media and political change in sub-Saharan Africa, the adaptation of international norms of freedom of expression in authoritarian regimes, and the role of the media in peace-building processes. His current research is exploring the role of emerging powers such as China in promoting alternative conceptions of the internet in Africa, and in particular whether and ho

The report focuses on the latest trends in the media landscape, including media freedom, citing the rapid political, technological and economic changes of recent times that have put further pressure on the independence of media. “The rise of new forms of political populism as well as what have been seen as authoritarian policies are important developments”, emphasizes the report, adding that “governments are increasingly monitoring and also requiring the take down of information online, in many cases not only relating to hate speech and content seen to encourage violent extremism, but also wha  Regarding media pluralism, the report found that while access to a plurality of media platforms has continued to expand, it has also led to a so-called “polarized pluralism” with echo chambers or filter bubbles “that are seen to reinforce individuals’ existing views and produce increasingly siloed

Media independence trends, UNESCO's World Trends Report 2018. Media independence is the absence of external control and influence on an institution or individual working in the media. It is a measure of one's capacity to "make decisions and act according to its own logic,"[1] and distinguishes independent media from state media.  According to the World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development Global Report 2017/2018, there is a strong societal demand for the professionalization of regulatory and media bodies: Governmental alliances such as the Freedom Online Coalition and NGOs such as IFEX and the Media Legal Defence Initiative.

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