A marketing brochure I helped to copy-edit earlier this year, that highlights the work the University of Manchester are doing in support of their Global Inequalities research beacon, has just been published.
I am currently helping to create content for, and edit the websites of two research projects out of the Global Development Institute at the University of Manchester.
The first is titled Effective States and Inclusive Development, and focuses on the politics of international development – a particularly compelling topic in 2016. The project has been running for several years, and was just awarded funding for another three, so both its scope and depth are likely to expand.
This is my chapter for Don’t dream it’s over: Reimagining journalism in Aotearoa New Zealand, a collaborative title exploring the past, present and future of journalism in New Zealand, commissioned and compiled by the good people at Freerange Press. I was an editor on the book, which came out this week.