Research Centres associated with BIRMAC Research projects associated with BIRMAC The Media Reform Coalition Justin Schlosberg was the founding co-ordinator of the Media Reform Coalition a network of civil society groups campaigning for reform of media ownership and for a free and accountable press. As well as providing written and oral testimony to the string of public inquiries into the media that followed the phone hacking scandal, the Media Reform Coalition has hosted a number of public rallies and panels featuring speakers ranging from Hugh Grant to Daniel Ellsberg. For more information and details of how to get involved, see mediareform.org.uk or email email@example.com
A British Academy funded research project about credited work placements on postgraduate arts courses in London.
A Manifesto of Possibilities: Commissioning Public Art in the Urban Environment
What is the impact of cinema in raising public awareness of human rights? Can films about human rights make a difference and promote political change?
The Politics of War Reporting - book publication and critical symposium
A Higher Education Academy funded project, led by Dr Lorraine Lim, which aims to develop curriculum that prepares and equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to develop and
manage a career in film, media and the cultural industries.
Manual Labours is a long term research project exploring people’s physical relationships to work, initiated by Jenny Richards and Sophie Hope.