CGCS has experience conducting research and implementing grant programs with a variety of partner organizations, foundations, NGOs, and government agencies.
CGCS has worked with the Center for the Advanced Study of India at the University of Pennsylvania (CASI) on a variety of projects.Read More
The Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy Research, launched in London in 2002, serves as a hub for researchers, activists, and policymakers and provides a forum for open dialogue and scholarship related to media law and policy around the world.Read More
The GovLab is an action-research center seeking new ways to solve public problems using advances in technology and science. Our goal is to advance our understanding of how 21st century citizen engagement can make governance more effective and legitimate.Read More
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, founded in 2006, is headed by former CGCS Visiting Scholar David Levy.Read More
The Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP) at Oxford University was founded by Professor Monroe Price and is part of the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. PCMLP provides a sophisticated and nuanced understanding of the playing out of human rights debates in media systems and the impact of media changes on democratic values and economic development.Read More