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Thursday, July 28 • 14:00 - 15:30
Evaluating communication for sustainable development: issues and approaches LIMITED

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  • Elske van de Fliert (The University of Queensland, Australia): Why we need new models to evaluate (communication for) sustainable development.
  • Sarah Cardey (University of Reading, UK) and Mario Acunzo (Food and Agriculture Organization, Italy): Evidence-driven research and practice in rural communication.
  • Nancy Muturi (Kansas State University, USA), Tanda Kidd (Kansas State University, USA), Kendra Kattelmann (South Dakota State University, USA), Koushik Adhikari (Kansas State University, USA), Susan Zies (Ohio State University, USA) and Erika Lindshield (Kansas State University, USA): Participatory research in health communication: Challenges for measuring outcomes.
  • Jessica Noske-Turner (RMIT University, Australia), Heather Horst (RMIT University, Australia) and Vipul Khosla (ABC International Development, Australia): You can't always sail in a straight line': Strengthening learning and evaluation capacity in innovation projects in the Pacific.
  • Mohammad Ala-Uddin (Bowling Green State University, USA): “Transforming our world,” and the paradox of global partnership in SDGs: A conceptual framework for social justice and empowerment.

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Mohammad Ala-Uddin

Doctoral Student & Teaching Associate (TI), Bowling Green State University
Areas of interests include: Development Communication; Intercultural Communication; ICTs for Development (ICT4D); Communication for social justice; Gender, Communication, and Development; Critical/Cultural Studies

Elske van de Fliert

Director Centre for Communication and Social Change, The University of Queensland

Thursday July 28, 2016 14:00 - 15:30 BST
LT3 Attenborough Tower