Communication scholars, media lawyers and regulators, Internet governance experts and human rights activists can apply to this program.
The Institute provides participants with a two-week interdisciplinary curriculum that combines instruction from media policymakers and scholars with hands-on activities such as stakeholder mapping, policy analysis, group case studies and participant presentations.
The program is open to applicants whose research or work is related to the relationship between international media laws and national jurisdictions, online censorship and surveillance, the role of the media in political change and conflict, strategic communication and propaganda, online extremism and social media, and global Internet governance processes.
Registration costs US$1,500. A few full and partial tuition waivers are available.
The deadline is April 4.
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