Education | Human Rights | Journalism Safety | Media | media freedom | MIL | Press Freedom | UNESCO | UNESCO Chair
Professor Jackie Harrison gave her inaugural lecture as UNESCO Chair on Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity at the University of Sheffield on 7th November.The inaugural lecture was titled Diminishment and Resistance and sought to address the civil and anti-civil power of news and news journalism.
geology | Geoscience | Plymouth | UNESCO | UNESCO Chair
The University of Plymouth is launching a global initiative aimed at enhancing awareness of the role geoscience can play in addressing some of society’s greatest challenges.
University of Sheffield establishes first UNESCO Chair in Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity
Research into the threats faced by journalists across the world – including censorship, violence and even death – will be explored by the first UNESCO Chair in Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity.
Access to potable water is a fundamental requirement for human health, prosperity and security. Despite continued efforts, billions of people worldwide still confront serious water-related challenges: from water scarcity, poor quality, lack of sanitation facilities, to water-related disasters such as floods and droughts.