The Center for Advanced Communication Policy (CACP) has collaborative relationships with a number of leading universities in Asia and Europe (see below), and with the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the British Computer Society, the Wireless IT Specialist Group, and the European Commission, Information Society Directorate, among others. CACP interests range from investigating the impact of global media, to comparative studies of emergency communications, and of e-accessibility and e-government and international coordination of wireless policy and spectrum management. Media related research areas include comparing the influence of international media with new regional sources of information, and examining the concept of the contra-flow of English-language media systems from Asia and the Middle East. Other research directions bring a public policy perspective to critically examining the linkages of political communication, information and society in different regions and on the international stage. Additionally CACP’s work in disability issues and e-accessibility policy includes investigation of policy harmonization and best practice assessment, globally.
Other Academic Institutions with which CACP has Developed Relations
- Amity University [IN], London, U.K.
- European Institute for Innovative Technologies (EU-INSIT), London. U.K.
- University of Cambridge, U.K.
- University of Dundee, U.K.
- University of Nottingham, U.K.
- The Constantia Institute, Belgium
- Vrije University, Belgium
In the Americas
- The Journalism and Media Studies Center, University of Hong Kong
- The School of Journalism and Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong
- The Advanced Institute for Humanistic Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China
- The National Center for Radio & Television Studies, Communications University, Beijing, China
- The Globalism Institute, School of Global Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia