This comprehensive four-week course will show you the ways that international development is conceptualised, imagined and communicated as an area of study.
You’ll decipher the ways in which these understandings impact individuals living in different parts of the world, and how the media can shape, address and enhance key ideas and debates.Discover the integral role of the media in international development
Through a range of different case studies - including in Kenya’s capital Nairobi - you’ll discover the integral role of the media and communication in development processes and social change.
You’ll address key ideas, concepts and debates about media representations of development, community media, participatory media, public media and the use of social media within international development campaigns.Identify how the media can tackle uneven international development
You’ll also get to grips with how the media can tackle uneven international development - and the poverty that comes with it - as well as how the media can promote further development.Learn from international development experts at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the Public Media Alliance
The School of International Development at UEA is a leading global centre of excellence in research and teaching in international development and the Public Media Alliance is the largest global association of public service media organisations.
You’ll be learning from experts within the fields of media and international development, and will be under the guidance of academics and practitioners who regularly publish research, train journalists and advise on policies.