Defending Media Freedom

In mid-July the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) commissioned Drawnalism to support a major international event in London. The Global Conference for Media Freedom is a two day event, hosted by the FCO in Westminster, with around 1500 delegates. The context is the ongoing need to defend media freedom and improve the safety of journalists […]

Those Were the (DevOps) Days

Towards the end of September, Alex was in London supporting the Devops London Conference, which is a two-day event: “DevOpsDays is a worldwide series of community run technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them. It is run by volunteers from the community, for the benefit of the […]

Rural Communities – what the future might look like

We recently worked with the Southern Policy Centre (SPC) on a small but fascinating project exploring what the future might look like for a ‘typical’ village in Hampshire.  SPC used data from various sources to create a ‘typical’ village in rural Hampshire. They then created some hypothetical characters, and invited rural experts from across Hampshire […]

Drawnalism further afield: South Africa

At the end of July both Alex and Matt flew to South Africa to support a regular customer.  This time we were delivering our traditional paper In the Moment service for an internal event. We can’t say any more about this specific event, but we are pleased to have worked with the same customer to […]

Guest post: Oxford Tropical Network (OTN)

Authors: Prof Susie Dunachie, Prof Philippa Matthews In September 2019, we convened back-to-back meetings at St Catherine’s College in Oxford, supported by Drawnalism’s Alex Hughes.  The Oxford Tropical Network (OTN) meeting was attended by delegates representing our University’s international sites including Vietnam, Thailand and Kenya, as well as local researchers based in Oxford. Sessions covered […]