Voice & Matter – Glocal Conference on Communication for Development took place 17–20 September 2014 at Malmö University and Roskilde University. Thank you to everyone who came: Our wonderful speakers, our hard working staff, the audience! A special thanks to our visiting guests from our partner universities: Sonja Strydom and Hennie Roux […]
Voice & Matter – Glocal Conference on Communication for Development is going on at Malmö University, Sweden, and Roskilde University, Denmark, 17–20 September 2014. Join us LIVE here! For more information about the conference, check here.
The second seminar in the Glocal Classroom series took place 22-23 May 2014 and was arranged by University of Guelph. Focusing on communication for social and environmental change, the seminar was a natural transit from the first seminar on transforming education through technological innovation in Stellenborsch Seboka 25-25 March. The […]
Finally, here it is – the Stellenbosch Seboka project documentation! In this document we’ve tried to gather some voices for reflections on the project and the seminar. It only reflects small bits of all the interesting things that were said, but can hopefully still be a useful reference at the end […]
A number of travel grants, targeted to students at the Communication for Development master’s programme at Malmö University, were announced for the up-coming Guelph Seminar. We are now happy to announce that ComDev students Antonio Palazuelos, Nora Wegner and Seija Anttonen will join us in Guelph. We are looking forward […]
Listen to the CFRU Public Service Announcement for the Guelph Glocal Classroom Seminar.
Glocal Classroom – Guelph SeminarMay 22-23, 2014Communication for Social and Environmental Change – a two day seminar
Here are two web posts reflecting on the Stellenbosch Seboka. Thanks to Munyaradzi Makoni and Tobias Denskus for sharing! Universities across Continents Explore Glocal Classroom – Munyaradzi Makoni Post-conference reflections on ‘Transforming Education Through Technological Innovation’ – Tobias Denskus
Photos from the wonderful Seboka are now available here. We hope you will enjoy! Do also take a look at the album from the very interesting RLabs seminar, which took place in Capetown on 28 March. Some further reflections on the Seboka, blog posts etc. will be published here soon. […]
While in Stellenbosch, the Malmö University ComDev team is taking the opportunity to organize a seminar in collaboration with RLabs in Capetown. RLabs was founded by Marlon Parker in 2008 as an environment for community driven innovation and reconstruction, empowering people to make a difference in the lives of others. […]