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  1. The faults, fissures and connections between media development and social and behaviour change communication

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    James Deane explores how to improve cooperation within and across these often competing disciplines.

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  2. From impatient optimism to sober and determined realism: What needs to happen next?

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    Fourth in a series of blogs exploring the future of media development assistance.

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  3. Supporting independent media institutions: some BBC Media Action thinking

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    BBC Media Action's priorities for delivering even stronger support for independent media

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  4. A future agenda for media assistance?

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    James Deane argues that our fragmented media means we need strong institutions that produce journalism in the public interest and that information networks alone to deliver this.

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  5. Efforts to support independent media are being outgunned - some thoughts on how it can fight back

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    First in a series of blogs exploring the future of media development assistance.

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  6. 3 negatives and 3 positives from World Press Freedom Day

    James Deane

    Director of Policy and Research

    3 negatives and 3 positives from World Press Freedom Day

    Reflecting on the conversations and debates held in Indonesia for World Press Freedom Day, James Deane shares his three reasons to be worried and three grounds for optimism.

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