Recommendations for further understanding around the subject / theme:
Crisis Group – Crisis Watch is a global conflict tracker and monthly trends #CrisisWatch
The New Humanitarian – formerly IRIN News
Wars in the World – website
Global Conflict Tracker – Council on Foreign Relations
Institute for War & Peace Reporting – website
Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World – Al Jazeera
Women’s Media Center – Women Under Siege
INSI (International News Safety Alliance) Killing the Messenger
World Pulse – website
Center for Civilians in Conflict – website
Three publications from Professor Stuart Price, Head of the Media Discourse Centre at De Montfort University in Leicester.
Journalism, Power and Investigation: Global and Activist Perspectives
Brute Reality: Power, Discourse and the Mediation of War
Worst-case Scenario: Governance, Mediation and the Security Regime
The Media Discourse Centre (MDC), renowned for its strong focus on the global dimension of public events, culture and politics, is devoted to the critical analysis of the contemporary social order. Its large cohort of International PhDs is drawn from Brazil, Iraq, Kuwait, Nigeria, Lebanon, and China. MDC staff deliver the Channel Four Investigative Journalism Masters Degree.
Members of its interdisciplinary staff are engaged in a wide variety of projects, from the study of China’s ‘nation branding’, to the analysis of electronic dance music.
Other current areas of interest include the Catalan independence crisis, protest movements, cultures of surveillance and the ‘deep’ state, the rise of the far-right, resistance to austerity in Southern Europe, race and the postcolonial, and investigative journalism.
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