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Parmar on the Assange Case and the UK's Global Defence of Media Freedom

Sejal Parmar discusses the UK’s possible extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States for computer hacking and the UK Foreign Office’s new campaign on the defence of media freedom.

Two Research Internships Opened at CMDS

April 15, 2019
CMDS is looking for two enthusiastic and committed students to help with our center’s research and funding strategies. We seek students who are interested in topics related to funding media and journalism and in how philanthropy funding works.

Feminism 4.0: Loud and Noisy

April 11, 2019
Fourth-wave feminism is here. Misogyny and sexism are challenged like never before.

Silver Surfers: Closing the Digital Divide

March 28, 2019
More elderly than ever before use the internet today as the digital gap between generations is narrowing. Expect less depression and fewer shrinks around.

Media Impact Funders Releases New Report on Global Media Philanthropy

The report, with contribution of CMDS Director Marius Dragomir, highlights data, trends and pressing issues facing the field, and what funders can do moving forward.