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Digital Crossroads Conference on Media, Migration & Diasporas in a Transnational Perspective

I recently attended and presented at my first Netherlands conference at the University of Utrecht on Media, Migration and Diasporas in a Transnational Perspective . It dawned on me that after three years of being in the Netherlands, I've not actually attended a local conference until now. Partly its because I believed somehow that these linkages within and between universities in the Netherlands would happen organically since its such a densely knit and small country. Ironically, I believe now that because of these factors, these linkages are far weaker as the Dutch tend to reach out rather than within to build networks across Europe and beyond. So its not a coincidence that this 'local' conference was deeply international as it was the culmination of a grant project entitled “Wired Up: Digital media as innovative socialization practices for migrant youth”, carried out by the Faculty of Humanities (project leader Dr. Sandra Ponzanesi) and the Faculty of Social Sciences

Simulation: Ad campaigns for "Using Protection"

Get this, after designing this simulation, I found this video on YouTube... ==================================================== DESIGN AN ADVERTISEMENT CAMPAIGN THEME: USE PROTECTION Instructions: Create a comprehensive campaign that identifies your 1) main goals for your ads. 2) key message 3) channels & placement of communication-aka radio, internet etc. 4) choice(s) of contraceptives. Step 1 : DESIGN and PRESENT an actual advertisement Step 2: Class analyzes your ad Step 3: Share your strategy with the class ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Group: 1 ( People : Marketing Manager; Press Agent; Advertising Rep; Creative Team) Client: WHO (World Health Organization) Target Audience: Sub Saharan Africa Client concern: Does not want to offend religious sentiment & government Excerpt of Context given to the students: BBC News (17 March 2009): Pop