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Research Seminar - Professor Caroline Pauwels (Vrije Universiteit Brussels) Conceptualising Media Policy after Brexit – Questions on Values and Policies - Wednesday 17th October 2018

Professor Caroline Pauwels (Vrije Universiteit Brussels)

Professor Pauwels is a leading international expert on European and national media policy and the economy of the media sector. She is currently Rector at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and has received the Francqui Chair at Ghent University as well as held the Jean Monnet Chair. In 2017 she was selected as the ‘Brussels Leader of the Year’. In 2015, she organized the first World Difference Day ( discussing freedom of speech and media.

Professor Pauwels has published extensively on media policy and economics including The Palgrave Handbook of European Media Policy (2014) and Private Television in Western Europe: Content, Markets, Policies (2013).

17th October, 13:00-14:30

IAS, Millburn House

Please email Paula Watkins ( to RSVP.


Thu 11 October 2018, 13:11 | Tags: Research Seminars News International Faculty of Arts

Innovation Insight - Warwick in London, Tuesday 11th July 2017

On 11th July 2017 Chris Bilton will co-present a workshop on innovation and leadership at Warwick in London’s venue in the old Google building near King’s Cross Station. Chris will be running the workshop alongside Linda Green, of Leading Creative Talent, formerly head of the BBC Leadership programme. Aimed at emerging leaders in medium-sized organisations, this one-day workshop will show you how to recognise and direct innovative ideas, how to lead innovation in others, and how to build a capacity to innovate at both individual and organisational level. Each participant will leave with an action plan to put these ideas into action in their workplace. Details of the event are available here.


Wed 05 April 2017, 15:40 | Tags: Alumni, Events, Impact, Research news

CCPS Research seminar: Everyday Participation

CCPS warmly invites you to our final research seminar of this year.

On Wednesday 1st March at 5pm-6.30pm in G50 of Millburn House Dr. Delyth Edwards from Liverpool Hope University will be presenting a paper entitled

'Facilitated Participation and Everyday Participation: Enabling the Agency of young people in care'

Abstract and bio below

Light refreshments will be provided. Please e-mail Paula Watkins on to reserve a place


Tue 21 February 2017, 18:06 | Tags: Faculty of Arts

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