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8-9 April 2014, Dakar, Senegal: The 4th International Conference on Mobile Communication for Development (M4D) 16th Mar 2013
This conference is the fourth in the M4D biennial series following the inaugural conference in Karlstad, Sweden in 2008. The 2nd conference was in Kampala, Uganda in 2010 and the 3rd in New Delhi, India in 2012. M4D2014 aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners and all those with interests in the use, evaluation,...
7-10 December 2013, Cape Town, South Africa: Sixth International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development (ICT4D2013) 9th Mar 2013
ICTD examinines the role of computers and communications in social, economic and political development. Held in cooperation with ACM SIGCHI and ACM SIGCAS, ICTD2013 will provide an international forum for scholarly researchers exploring the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in social, political,...
14-15 November 2013, Helsinki, Finland: 2nd Nordic Conference for Development Research - “Knowing Development – Developing Knowledge?” 29th Jan 2013
The conference aims to provide a platform for researchers, government representatives and NGO-practitioners to address the dilemmas of knowledge production in and for development.
12-13 June 2012, London, UK: Protest and the Media Conference 25th Jan 2013
The 5th Annual Conference of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University Westminster, held in association with the British Journalism Review, will focus on ‘Protest Movements, Free Speech and the Media’.
16 June 2013, LSE, London: Department of Media and Communications, 10th Anniversary Conference “New Trajectories in Media and Communications Research” 15th Jan 2013
The Department of Media and Communications at LSE celebrates its 10th anniversary and invites you to join a day of robust and lively debates on the four themes of its research agenda: mediated public spheres, digital literacies, governance & innovation and trans-national cultures.