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Professor Danilo Rothberg Participated in a Seminar at the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies

Prof Danilo Rothberg was invited to participate in a seminar organised at the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, in Brasília, on 24 August 2023. The event marked the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the public service network TV Camara, responsible for broadcasting the activities of the Chamber.  Professor Rothberg presented a paper titled “How can television fight misinformation in […]

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PANCOPOP at the ECREA Political Communication section conference in Berlin

On 31 August – 1 September, the ECREA Political Communication section held its biennial conference in Berlin, entitled “Navigating the Noise: Effective Communication for Solving Political Problems”. The conference was hosted by the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society and the Institute for media and Communication Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. PANCOPOP project members […]

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PANCOPOP Project Video is Out Now 

The PANCOPOP project team produced a video to help disseminate its key findings and recommendations to date.  In the video, members of the PANCOPOP project, including Prof Sabina Mihelj, Prof Dan Hallin, Prof Beata Klimkiewicz, and Dr Václav Štětka present the key findings arising from three of the five strands of the project – government […]

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Sabina Mihelj presents at the IAMCR conference in Lyon, France

Professor Sabina Mihelj gave a presentation at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research, which took place in Lyon between 9th and 13th July. Her paper summarized some of the findings emerging from elite interviews, media policy analysis and the population survey conducted in four countries (Brazil, Serbia, Poland and […]

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Presentation for the cross-government “Actionable Insights” seminar

On 29 June Professor Sabina Mihelj gave a presentation at the ESRC GSR cross-government “Actionable Insights” seminar on Building Resilience and Learning for the Future. The seminar was attended by over 100 policy professionals and analysts from different Ministerial and Non-Ministerial Departments, Agencies and Public Bodies. Sabina’s presentation, entitled “Health Crisis Communication in Times of […]

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PANCOPOP Team Workshop

In conjunction with two-day symposium on Pandemic Communication and Populism, on 12-13 July 2023, the PANCOPOP Team organised a two-day team workshop to discuss the project’s progress, findings, and preliminary practical recommendations arising from the results. The workshop was very valuable, because it provided a rare opportunity for the international team to work together in […]

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Symposium on Pandemic Communication and Populism

On 12-13 July 2023, over 50 scholars and practitioners from around the world attend the PANCOPOP Symposium 2023 on pandemic communication and populism. The symposium was organised by the PANCOPOP Project and co-funded by the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture and the Institute of Advanced Studies. The symposium comprised a total of 6 […]

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PANCOPOP Symposium 2023 Pandemic Communication and Populism: Schedule and Registration 

The PANCOPOP team is delighted to announce that the schedule for our upcoming symposium on Pandemic Communication and Populism is now available! Featuring speakers from across the globe, the symposium will tackle a range of key aspects of pandemic communication affected by populist politics, including elite communication, the communicative strategies of health professionals, news consumption and journalism, as well […]

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Professor Dan Hallin Presented a Lecture at the University of Vermont

Last month, Professor Dan Hallin presented a lecture titled ‘Health Crisis Communication in a Time of Populism’ at the University of Vermont as part of the Florence Davis Dean Lecture Series.  His presentation focused on the different forms of politicisation of the pandemic that occurred in the U.S., Brazil, Poland and Serbia, and their effects on […]

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Prof. Daniel Hallin made a presentation at the University of Miami on Health Crisis Communication and Populism 

Prof. Daniel Hallin made a presentation at the University of Miami, at a colloquium sponsored by the School of Communication and the Hanley Democracy Center, titled “Pandemic and Populism:  Health Crisis Communication in an Age of Populism.”  Prof. Hallin’s presentation, focused mainly on the U.S. case, outlined the general challenges facing public health officials and public officials […]