Act now! A poster showcase of solutions to social/media injustices

When:16 Oct 2018, 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Venue:Robert Webster Building, Level 3 Foyer
Who:Open to all

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Algorithmic injustices, misrepresentation of vulnerable groups by the media, the loss of the public commons and the digital divide: these are some of the most important ethical problems facing a changing media environment. It’s easy to feel like the problems are insurmountable, but the reality is that individuals and organisations around the world are working on innovative solutions to these problems that we don’t often hear about. In this poster showcase, students from the Media Rights, Media Wrongs class at SAM will present posters that demonstrate an action that you can take to start to right these wrongs. Join us for a celebration of positive action in the face of media wrongs on Tuesday the 16th of October at 2.30pm on the third floor of the Robert Webster building.

An award for the best poster will be judged by Associate Professor Tanja Dreher, Professor Ramiswami Harindranath, and Paul Matthews.

Finding us
Robert Webster Building is located mid-way off the UNSW main walkway. Map Reference G14.

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