Ibrahim Seaga Shaw

Conference Reports



Conference Papers and other articles

 
 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S    and Luo, Di (2016) ‘Western and Chinese framing of the March 2014 Kunming terrorist attacks: Implications for intercultural communication and human rights Journalism’ presented at the IAMCR pre-conference at Westminster University, London, 7-8th April 2016 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S  (2015)  Tools of Hegemony or Resistance?  Media Framing of China’s “Soft Power” in Kenya and Sierra Leone presented at the IAMCR conference July -12-16  2015   Montreal, Canada. 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S    and Luo, Di (2015) ‘How Western and Chinese Perceptions of human rights influenced the framing of the 3.14 Tibetan Riots: Implications and lessons for practicing HRJ’ presented at the IAMCR conference July -12-16  2015 Montreal, Canada. 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S   “UNESCO Journalism Education Model Curricula in Africa—call for a more bottom-up approach” at the 9-12 August 2012 AEJMC centenary annual conference in Chicago delivered at the UNESCO preconference workshop on the theme ‘Teaching Journalism in Developing Countries and Emerging Democracies: The Case of UNESCO Model Curricula 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S  “War on Terror frame’ and Washington Post’s linking of the Sierra Leone civil war to 9/11 and Al Qaeda: Implications for US foreign policy in Africa” at the Global Media and the War on Terror conference at University of Westminster, London 13-14 September, 2010
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S  " Journalism education and participatory democracy: Implications for peace and human rights  at the ‘Communicating Peace’ IPRA (International Peace Research Association) 2010 July 6-10 2010 Biennal Conference at the University of Sydney, Australia
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S  "Human Rights Journalism: A theoretical framework of a new paradigm of peace journalism" at the 'Communication Peace' IPRA (International Peace Research Association) 2010 July 6-10 2010 Biennal Conference at the University of Sydney, Australia   
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S : "The limits of Public Journalism and Citizen Journalism: A call for a shift to Human Rights Journalism" at  the ‘Reporting War: Exploring the Way Forward symposium’ at Bournemouth University, UK on 2nd July 2010
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S "  Reporting diversity and Human Rights Journalism: Exploring the links in the context of Asylum Seekers and Refugees Myth-Busting booklet in Bristol  at The Third International Global Ethics Association (IGEA) Conference (www.igea.ugent.be) University of the West of England, Bristol, UK 30 June - 2 July 2010
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S : " Humanitarian intervention and military humanitarian intervention: Towards a pacifist Kantian cosmopolitan approach " presented at The Third International Global Ethics Association (IGEA) Conference (www.igea.ugent.be) University of the West of England, Bristol, UK 30 June - 2 July 2010
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S:  “The politics of humanitarian intervention: a critical analogy of the British response to end the slave trade and the civil war in Sierra Leone”  presented at an international interdisciplinary conference: Empire, Slave Trade and Slavery: Rebuilding Civil Society in Sierra Leone Past and Present held at the Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation, University of Hull on 26-28 September 2008 
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S: “The ‘us’ and ‘them’ frames in reporting the Sierra Leone war: implications for peace journalism and global justice” to be presented at Peace Journalism Commission, IPRA 2008  conference University of Leuven, Belgium (16-18 July 2008)
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S“Africa’s rejection of Europe’s EPAs: How the media are not helping the ‘global partnership for development’” delivered at the University of Westminster Africa Media Series in March 2008
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S “Mass Communication in democratic political systems: How the media set the agenda in Liberia’s 2005 presidential run-off election?” presented at the CAMRI Africa Media Series conference on March  25 2006 at the University of Westminster in London ( A much developed version of this  paper is due to be published in December 2007
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S “Historical Frames and the politics of humanitarian intervention: The case of the Sierra Leone Civil war 1996-2001” presented at the Global Studies Association conference at Roehampton University London September 4-6th 2006 (partly adapted to a recently published journal article)
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S “Western Liberal Democracy and the African Journalism model: Towards a critical comparative study” presented at the CAMRI Africa Media Series conference on  March 30-31 2007 at the University of Westminster in London (paper to be adapted to a journal article in due course)
  • Shaw, Ibrahim S “The ‘War on Terror’ frame of the civil wars in Sierra Leone and Somalia: Implications for British and US interventions”  presented at the Media, War, and Conflict conference at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA,  April 19-20  2007 (paper to be adapted to an article for the conference journal by SAGE)
 


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