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    The Resource Centre on #MediaFreedom in Europe interviewed our director, @mariusdrag for a special dossier on #mediacapture. @ECPMF
    https://cmds.ceu.edu/article/2020-01-16/media-capture-toolkit-21st-century-autocrats

    Interested in political economy of communication & journalism? Journalism, Media and Democracy Center at AUT, NZ, runs an international conference in Sept 2020. We have great keynote speakers including @VWPickard @media_republik. Put your abstracts in: https://www.polecom.org/index.php/polecom/article/view/108/318

    Thank you @DrApurbaKundu. The Stories of Kalingalinga exhibition is open until the 13th February. @NACZedArts @newsprof1 @CASCambridge #Zambia #photography #visualselfgovernance #Africa #art #africanvoices https://twitter.com/DrApurbaKundu/status/1218174130517880832

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    Feel a bit less cold and grey after visiting ‘Stories of Kalingalinga’ at the Ruskin Gallery @AngliaRuskin in #Cambridge. Kudos to @ARUCreative colleague @fotokerstin and fellow photographers for their evocative work. 4