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Mexico 2009

IAMCR's 2009 conference was held in Mexico City. The conference theme was Communication and Human Rights / Comunicación y derechos humanos.

Communication and Human Rights / Comunicación y derechos humanos was the theme of IAMCR's 2009 Conference in Mexico City and the title of a book that brings together some of the best papers presented at the conference's plenary sessions.
Edited by Aimée Vega Montiel with contributions by Néstor García Canclini, Jo Glanville, Kwame Boafo, Agnès Callamard, Frank La Rue Lewy, Ibrahim Saleh, Aimée Vega Montiel, Divina Frau-Meigs, Maria Immacolata Vasallo de Lopes, Margaret Gallagher, Cees Hamelink, Raúl Trejo Delarbre, Antonio Pasquali, Fátima Fernández Christlieb, Miquel de Moragas and Jesús Martín Barbero, this book is now available for free download in English and Spanish.
mexico_2009_aimee_vegaThe organisers of IAMCR's 2009 conference in Mexico City took thousands of photos of the ceremonies, sessions and receptions. We have posted a selection of almost 200 of them here.
Some people will be blogging, twittering or posting photos or video from the IAMCR Conference in Mexico.
To help the IAMCR community know what is happening in Mexico we are putting together a list of the online reports we have found. See the list below.
IAMCR 2009A PDF file of the final programme for IAMCR's conference in Mexico (21-25 July) is now available for download from the conference website. 
IAMCR 2009 Final Programme
ImageWhether or not you will be in Mexico from July 21-25 for IAMCR's annual
conference, there are a number of ways of following the conference
online and sharing your comments or questions with colleagues around
the world on the Internet.
These include live webcasts of most of the
main sessions, recorded podcasts, Facebook, Twitter, the IAMCR website,
the conference website, IAMCR's announcements mailing list, and your
own blogs.
ImageThe Central Programme of IAMCR's 2009 conference in Mexico will be webcast live on the Mexican Congress Channel and on UNAM's webcast site . You will also be able to download podcasts from...
End of French (CNRS) Travel Restrictions to MexicoWe are glad to announce that the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in France has now ended its travel restrictions to Mexico on official missions.
Read the original announcement on CNRS site here...
Mexico ProgrammeThe detailed programme and the abstracts of IAMCR 2009 Conference are now available on line at the Conference website.
Click here to go through the Programmes of IAMCR Sections, Working Groups, Special Sessions and more...
mexico 2009IAMCR president, Annabelle Sreberny, and Aimée Vega Montiel, Chair of the Local Organising Committee of IAMCR's 2009 conference in Mexico have confirmed that the conference will proceed as planned from 21-24 July 2009. They also announced that in recognition of the difficulties encountered by some conference participants, the deadline for registering at reduced early registration fees will be extended to 15 July.
Mexico 2009: What are Tenangos?The bags that will be provided to the 2009 IAMCR Conference attendees are made of tenangos, a type of embroidery produced by Otomí craftswomen in the municipality of Tenango de Doria in the state of Hidalgo in Mexico.

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