We are concerned with marginalization of ethnic and religious minorities, people with disabilities, and sexual minorities. Which media processes are at play when people are overlooked and their experiences ignored? Which role do the journalistic institutions play in recruitment, priorities and policy? JMIC staff have long experiences in research on these themes, and have conducted courses at the international level, based on co-operation with local partners.
- Collaborative journalism
- Conference: Safety of journalists covering conflict and sensitive issues
- Courses in English offered for advanced BA students
- Creative writing, storytelling
- Examples of co-operation
- Gender, media and journalism
- Journalism, democracy and press freedom
- Journalism, media and climate change
- Media and marginalization
- Media and war/conflict, journalist security
- Science journalism
- Traditional and social media: free expression and hate speech
- Norwegian resources
- Who are we?