CALL FOR PAPERS
AFRICA MEDIA & DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE 2011- ACCRA, GHANA
The Africa Media & Democracy Institute invites papers for its annual Media and Democracy Conference, (AMDMC) to be held from 17th-19th August 2011, Accra-Ghana. Theme: Media & Democracy towards sustainable stability.
The AMDMC Conference is organised annually and takes place in a selected African country; presentations at the conference are made by distinguished scholars and individuals from Africa and the rest of the world. The theme for the Accra 2011 Conference is ‘Media & Democracy towards sustainable stability’. The Conference aims to examine the broad impact of the media on democracy.
BACKGROUND: Africa’s emerging democracies in the last two decades have had to co-exist with a vibrant media contestation. The media has relatively emerged as a formidable constituent as it vie for legitimacy in representing the broad masses. This contestation provides the framework for critical examination on how the media impacts on the democratic process. The Conference therefore aims to address and examine various issues of media in the practise of democratic governance in Africa. The event is open to academics, media industry professionals, government agencies, policymakers, regulators, UN agencies, donors, civil society organisations, independent consultants and research groups and students.
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION:
ABSTRACTS & PAPERS: Please email abstracts (maximum one page) along with contact information and a 500-word bio to: email@example.com. All Abstracts must be in English, full papers may be submitted in either English or French.
Deadline for receipt of abstracts: 22nd April 2011
Notice of acceptance of abstracts: 22nd May 2011
Deadline for receipt of full papers: 22nd June 2011
Notification of Acceptance of Paper/Panel/Workshop: 30th July 2011
For further information and other enquiries please contact Conference Team.
ENQUIRIES HOTLINE 24HRS: MOBILE: + 233 0200723197 - Tel: + 233 303 208185 or visit www.amdmc.org
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