We've archived the details of some past events here for reference.
A week of debate and reflection with guest speakers and activities, with a worldwide focus on media and journalism.
A programme of award-winning fact-based films exploring some of the responsibilities and dilemmas faced by journalists.
The seventh international week of discussions around media research and practice from a global perspective.
The role of the factual mass media in post-conflict reconstruction
A conference from our research institute Centre for Freedom of the Media (CFOM), exploring the role the media can play in helping to (re-)build civil societies.
Our sixth annual series of events exploring media issues globally looked at Journalism in High-Risk Environments.
Inaugural lecture from Professor Piers Robinson.
A conference exploring the 1820 plot against the UK government.
This event scrutinised the social implications of genre in historical news language.
A two-day conference looking at new directions in the media in the age of global communications technology.
Our fifth annual international week focused on issues surrounding global media freedom and journalists' safety.
Our BBC, Our Channel 4: A future for public service television?
A public forum as part of Sheffield Doc:Fest exploring the possible outcomes for public service broadcasting in the UK.
Global Journalism Conference
A day of discussions around digital journalism and reporting of European issues, specially for students taking MA Global Journalism.
Our fourth series of lectures and seminars on media and journalism from an international perspective.
A visit from the Guardian editor to celebrate our birthday and discuss journalism after the NSA/GCHQ revelations.
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