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As part of the Humanitarian Journalism research project we have been investigating the significance of foundation funding for international journalism and the ethical and political issues associated with it.

 

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    "We'll increase support for engineering and medicine while smashing the taxpayer subsidy for subjects such as media studies," Williamson tells the Commons.
    Smashing, no less.

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    Colm O'Cinneide@colmocinneide

    Wanted - a Research Fellow to join a ground-breaking AHRC-funded research project on ‘Gender Equalities at Work: An Interdisciplinary History of 50 Years of Legislation’,. Consider coming and working with us lovely people at @UCLLaws.
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