The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA) university’s mission statement.

The Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (FADA)
cordially invites you to a lecture which explores an
aspect of “Ethical Foundation” as a value in the
university’s mission statement.
A sense of history: media, academic
and artistic freedom two decades
into democracy
Thursday, 6 November 2014.
17:30 for 18:00
FADA Gallery
University of Johannesburg
Bunting Road Campus
Cameron Smit on
[email protected]
or 011 559 1098
by no later than
Monday 3 November.
Jane Duncan is a Professor in the Department of
Journalism, Film and Television. Before that, she
held a Chair in Media and the Information Society
at Rhodes University. Before moving into academia,
she had a background in civil society, having
worked for the Freedom of Expression Institute
from 1994 to 2009. She served as the Institute’s
Executive Director from 2002. She has also worked
in the community arts sector, including at the Afrika
Cultural Centre and the Funda Centre. She has
three postgraduate degrees, and has written widely
on freedom of expression, the right to privacy, social
movements and the right to protest, and media
policy. She is author of The rise of the securocrats
(Jacana, October 2014). She has a monthly column
for the South African Civil Society Information
Service and writes regularly for the media.