The Young Scholars’ Program conducted alongside the annual CPRsouth conference has been offered eleven times since January 2007, with the support of IDRC. The purpose of both events is to develop policy intellectuals in the global south. A tracer study conducted in 2016 found that those who had participated in the Read more
As much as it permits CPRsouth tries to track the movement and interaction of it’s community. We encourage use of facebook through the facebook group and email groups to keep the community active and participating. Taking an article done by NYT based on the British Council research, Prof. Samarajiva (CPRsouth board member and Read more
Rohan Samarajiva, PhD, LIRNEasia Chair and CEO and CPRsouth board member presented metrics on CPRsouth at the 40th TPRC conference that was held at Washington DC. Rohan blogged: Starting with a comparison between 40 year old TPRC, 25+ EuroCPR and 7 year old CPRsouth, I presented data from CPRsouth developed by Read more
An interesting article written by Prof. Samarajiva (Member of the Board & CEO of Administrative Partner). Many who engage with Communication Policy Research south (CPRsouth), our primary vehicle for capacity building, are associated with the field of communication. It is a wide, sprawling field, which has experienced significant growth in Asia in Read more
LIRNEasia together with IITM’s Rural Technology and Business Incubator (RTBI) seek self-motivated and quality-conscious individuals as interns, a part of its Graduate fellowship Programme. The position will be for a period of six months. Both institutions are part of CPRsouth, a regional ICT policy and regulation capacity building platform (www.cprsouth.org) Option Read more
Thirteen young scholars were selected to attend a tutorial and workshop on mobile 2.0 on 21 and 22 June 2010 in Singapore. The event was co-organised by LIRNEasia and the Department of Communication and New Media (CNM) of the National University of Singapore (NUS). The tutorials included topics such as “Communicating Read more
A dissemination event co-organised by LIRNEasia and the National University of Singapore (NUS) will be held on 22 June 2010 in Singapore. The event will feature research findings from LIRNEasia’s project “Mobile 2.0”.
A one day tutorial session will be held prior to the dissemination event on 21 June 2010.
If you would like to attend either one or both events, please download and fill out the application form given below and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Preliminary agendas for the two events are given below.
Adjusted per diem allowance will be given to those who attend the event(s).
Stemming from networking and discussions held during the recently concluded CPRsouth4 conference, possibilities of a double PhD in Engineering and Social Sciences between Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) and National University of Singapore (NUS) are being explored. The discussion is spear headed by Prof. Ashok Jhunjhunwala and Dr. Aarti Kawlra of the Department Electrical Engineering at IIT-M and Prof. Millie Rivera, the chair of the Communications and New Media Programme at NUS.
Christoph’s paper reviews the latest developments and trends for interconnection rates and shows how interconnection benchmarking can be used to set termination rates using the case of Namibia.
LIRNEasia, is organizing the fourth CPRsouth conference, in Negombo, Sri Lanka from 7-8 December 2009.
The conference aims to provide a forum for senior, junior and mid-career scholars to meet face-to-face and exchange ideas, establish networking opportunities and improve the quality of their scholarly work, in order to facilitate the long-term objective of fostering the next generation of active scholars and in-situ experts capable of contributing to ICT policy and regulatory reform in the region.