From Texas to Brexit and Back

2016 Annenberg-Oxford Summer Institute Alumnus Arthur D. Soto-Vásquez reflects on his time at the Institute. This post was originally published on the Center for Public Policy Priorities blog and can be found here.

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“Access to information and freedom of expression are a myth in South Sudan” – An Interview with Philips Anyang Ngong

2016 CGCS visiting scholar Till Waescher, interviews 2016 Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute participant Phillips Anyang Ngong, advocate and legal consultant for Southern Sudan Associated Advocates, to discuss the impact of domestic and foreign news outlets, the limits of media laws when it comes to protecting journalists, and the use of social media during the current crisis.

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Reevaluating Media Law in Iceland

//Margrét Magnúsdóttir, Legal Advisor, at the Ministry of Education, Science, and Culture in Iceland discusses upcoming changes to Iceland’s evolving media law. Over the past two years Iceland´s media regime has undergone major legal reform. Following banking crash of 2008,…

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