In its basic structure, the conference will consist of the following sessions: 1) a high-school public prelude event in which the content and questions discussed in the Pre-Conference will be presented once again and discussed in the plenary session; 2) the main conference in which the participants discuss the questions developed in the Pre-Conference beforehand in specialized talks and round-table discussions of a total of four thematic panels, and 3) in four thematic emerging scholars workshops. The program will offer ample space for cultural dialogue. Click below for a brief outline of each conference panel.

The four subtopics/panels are:

  1. Media and Political Transformation more details
  2. Media Representation and Racism more details
  3. Internet and Counter-Public Sphere more details
  4. Popular Culture and Democracy more details