About The Exhibition

A Brexit Diary

Catalogs a personal journey through the Brexit Referendum.

Viewed from the perspective and experiences of two fictitious (though based on a composite of real individuals) residents of East London, this free virtual exhibition captures the highs, lows and angst following the 2016 decision by the UK to leave the EU.

The three-roomed exhibition centers around the campaign, the protests, the uncertainty of legal statuses and the general atmosphere at the time. Let "Magda" and "Dave" show you what it was like after the biggest political decision of a generation.

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About Us

The Institute for Media Accountability (Institut fuer Medienverantwortung / IMV), based in Berlin, is a non-profit organisation which conducts academic media analysis, provides media awareness training and consults community groups with regard to their media image. A focus lies on representing grassroots perspectives on political events in Germany and abroad.

The founder of the IMV, Professor Sabine Schiffer teaches media studies at Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and runs the institute as an avenue for community outreach. The institute is funded through donations and acts as a non-profit educational institution.

The staff of the Institute for Media Accountability brings together the following specialist skills: Linguistics and literary studies, especially the areas of public communication, media communication and media education, as well as more specific disciplines such as Islamic studies, political science, psychology, and linguistics.

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