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How relevant is it to teach conflict and post-conflict reporting in war-prone countries?

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Daniel Thilo Schroeder and Stefan Brenner talk about Digital Wildfires and their emergence at re:publica 2023

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Thriving on TikTok in Mali: The Generation of Influencers

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Interview with Mirjam: “Influencers, X and WhatsApp: sociale media and the coup in Niger”

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A workshop on participatory war and peace at the University of Sheffield

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Mirjam de Bruijn and Mamadou Togola co-author an article on conflict in Mali

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Political leaders in times of digitalization and conflict: looking back at ECAS’23

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Contentious Entertainment on TikTok

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Team meeting at Utrecht University

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Samba Dialimpa Badji participates in a panel on disinformation

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DD-MAC fieldwork trip to Addis Abeba

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“Digital warfare in the Sahel: popular networks of war and Cultural Violence”

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Mirjam de Bruijn reports on political violence in Chad

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TikTok and the Tigrayan Conflict

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Factforward: reflections on a future of disinformation

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Samba Dialimpa Badji writes blog for Africa Check

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DDMAC team publishes article on the future of disinformation studies

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Mirjam de Bruijn co-writes two chapters in the edited volume Drylands Facing Change

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Luca Bruls publishes journal article on Algerian TikTok in CyberOrient

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Chad’s Transition: Easing Tensions Online

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Luca Bruls presents DDMAC at LeidenASA Annual Meeting

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Mirjam de Bruijn interviewed about Mali and the UN mission

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Kristin Skare Orgeret awarded with OsloMet’s Research Dissemination Prize

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Loretta van der Horst makes three short documentaries on the information disorder in Ethiopia

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Call for papers: DDMAC panel at ECAS9 Conference 2023

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