Trojan Women Project

“This play gives us Syrians a voice,” says Sanaa, in the garden of her council house in Milton of Campsie, a village outside Glasgow. “It helps us psychologically to tell our stories and the stories are real.” Sanaa and fellow Syrian refugees living in Scotland, have recently starred in a successful adaptation of Euripides ‘The […]

Aberdeeni – My Aberdeen – an Arabic radio drama

“I learned how to take out what is inside me with courage and smoothness. I discovered many stories. I did not know how to express them. I grew up with a number of friends from different cultures. I knew some of their views about the refugees and they were very positive and I became more […]

C4D Network lunchtime session on 18 July

iMedia’s Managing Director, Nicola Harford, will be reporting back to the UK chapter of the C4D Network on the SBCC Summit, held in Bali during April 2018. The final declaration from the Summit can be found here. This lunchtime session will take place on Wednesday 18 July between 12.30 and 2.30 pm in the terrace restaurant at the […]

C4D Network lunchtime session on 28 March

What are the key issues to consider when evaluating media and communications for development interventions? How to select the most appropriate methods? What are the main challenges? Nicola Harford and Dr Mary Myers, one of our most valued associates, will be leading a C4D Network lunchtime session on evaluating and reviewing media and communications. It will take […]

Barnsley Case Study

Funded by the Department of Communities and Local Government, this work is aimed at countering the growth of radical right-wing ideologies in the borough and improving communications between citizens and statutory authorities. This includes identifying and working with allies and credible carriers for messages, who are trusted by the local authority and community to convey […]