All Articles about Media
IPPR: relaunching a student-journal centered on inclusivity
The International Public Policy Review is a UCL journal that was relaunched as a multimedia platform to diversify political science research.
Senior Fellow Romane Rozencwajg worked to find personal rooms in shared apartments and communes to provide recent asylum seekers and refugees with living security to begin their new lives.
How to be an Ally? Videos for Dialogue and Action
Senior Fellows Gage Garretson and Merve Mert created a collaborative video series aimed at opening sustained dialogue and providing practical opportunities for allyship on college campuses.
Tanforan: From Internment Center to Shopping Mall
Tanforan: From Internment Center to Shopping Mall is a documentary film about a shopping mall in California called Tanforan, which served as a temporary internment camp for Japanese-Americans from the Bay Area during their forced relocation in WWII.
The Sierra Leone Memory Project
The Sierra Leonean Memory Project is an oral-history project dedicated to recording testimonies from those who survived the civil war in Sierra Leone.
DAWNS Digest: The Development and Aid Workers News Service
The Development and Aid Workers News Service is a social enterprise that supports humanitarian journalism and storytelling through sales of a subscription-based news clipping email called DAWNS Digest.
Galvanizing Political Engagement among Muslims in the Netherlands by Drawing Inspiration from American Examples of Success
A report providing recommendations to Dutch Muslim organizations on how to foster political engagement in the Muslim community using the American context as guidance.
Campaign Against Stop and Frisk in France (Stop le Contrôle au Faciès)
French Senior Fellows led a campaign to improve police accountability, oppose racial profiling and provide tools for legal recourse for victims of stop and frisk in France.
Geert Spreekt Niet Voor Mij ("Geert Does Not Speak For Me")
A campaign enabling people in the Netherlands to distance themselves from Geert Wilders' xenophobic views using an iconic wristband and social media.
Navigating the Murky Media Waters
Media Literacy is a board game created by Senior Fellows Bişenk Ergin, Noor Evers, et al., meant to introduce media literacy to young people by mixing fun games and education, and teaching them how to navigate through murky media waters.