Vous pouvez voir les diapos utilisées le vendredi 20 mars à l’Université de Maurice pour la table ronde à l’occasion de la Journée de la Francophonie 2015 sur:
As there is much debate currently about Freedom of Information and press regulation in Mauritius, I am posting here some of my publications on the topic:
– Chapter 1 – Ethics in Journalism: Why and How? from the book Ethical Journalism and Gender Sensitive Reporting which was published in May 2013 under the aegis of UNESCO and UOM.
– Improving Democracy in Mauritius. The need to remove information boundaries and enhance the media, a paper which was published in March 2013 in the Journal of Social Policies and Development – Special Issue – OSSREA Mauritius Chapter.
Here are the latest short films made by my students for the module ‘Aspects of Film Studies’. These were made for their final assignment, after having completed a series of movie trailers. The idea was for them to experiment with script writing, storyboarding, acting, filming, directing and editing.
Ryder Cup by Oomeyr Heerah, Deborah Jubeau, Ali Soliman and Sandrina Arnassalon
Bater Bis by Yannis Davy, Anjy Ramburrun, Nadia Hilaire, Caitkie Vaghjee and Kashish Jaddoo
Bitch Slap by Sneha Peryag
The Ring by Coralie Sampson, Janice Armel and Karina Bhoobun
CODESRIA NATIONAL WORKING GROUP
Post: RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Research Assistants on a contractual basis to work with the National Working Group (NWG) on a Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) funded research project entitled: “Reappropriating the Empowerment and Citizenship Discourse-The Gender Divides of Mauritian Society”. Beyond administrative matters, this post also entails assistance in collection and analysis of primary and secondary data as well as on-site visits as and when necessary.
The following are movie trailers produced by students in Year 3 and 4 for the module Aspects of Film Studies.
- 12 Years a Slave
- Blue Jasmine
- Black Swan
- Eyes Wide Shut
- Jane Eyre
- The Wolf of Wall Street
- Ocean’s 13