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Media and innovation (Vietnam)

Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and has a quick growing number of internet users. The media landscape is transforming rapidly to digital media plattforms. Together with a group of researchers and journalists in Vietnam and Sweden we are working on increasing the numbers of media innovations in the digital context in Vietnam.

In December 2016 we arranged a conference together with Embassy of Sweden in Hanoi and the Ministry for Information and Communication in Vietnam.

Online hate in india and sweden

Together with researchers, journalists and activists in India and Sweden, I’m part of a group that is researching about online hate. In February 2017 we arranged a workshop at Media Evolution in Malmö where we decided the outline of the project that will transfer into a book anthology and a conference and workshop serie in India and Sweden.

Agent orange in vietnam

Agent Orange is the herbicide that was used by the U.S. military during Vietnam War. It is estimated that 4 million Vietnamese citizens were exposed to it – and as many as 3 million have suffered illnesses because of it. Still, over 40 years after the war ended children are being born with severe birth defects because of the herbicide.

I have travelled to various places in southern Vietnam since 2012 to meet the survivors and those who lives with the consequences from the war time.

Sweden-south asia media project

The Sweden–South Asia Media Project aims to study and report on the growing digital media landscape in South Asia and link these results together with the development of the Swedish media landscape. The project was initiated by the South Asia Studies Network (SASNET) at Lund University in Sweden in 2015.

digital newspapers in india and sweden

Together with Vibodh Parthasarathi, associate professor at CCMG Jamia Milia Islamia in New Delhi, I’m researching about the digitalization of newspapers in India and Sweden from a comparative approach. This project started in February 2017 as a result of the Sweden–South Asia Media Project