Sally Broughton Micova

Sally Broughton Micova is an assistant professor of political communication at the University of the East of England (UEA) in Norwich, UK. She teaches media and communications at the Institute for Communication Studies. For more than three years, she has been the director of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) 's academic policy blog, where she taught the program for postgraduate studies in media and communications, and works as a consultant on media and communication policy. author of numerous publications in academic journals and book chapters, as well as several public policy documents and expert summaries. She has been regularly invited to speak at international expert conferences.

It’s about people but also about political calculations and cowardice

Ida Manton


The Macedonian OSCE Presidency slogan is "It's About People", so in that regard, it would be virtuous for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ask for assistance and support to the national interests, integrity, sovereignty, language and identity....

When failure to act is murder

Bojana Jovanovska


Impunity for all forms of gender-based violence gives rise to distrust in institutions and encourages repeat violence and its culmination in...

Radical proposals in the EC’s consultation on audiovisual media services

Sally Broughton Micova


Sally Broughton Micova, PhD, University of East Anglia On Monday 6 July the European Commission launched a public consultation as part of the “Regulatory fitness” test of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD). This is a big moment: concrete...