Liz Miller is a professor in communication studies at Concordia University and an award-winning documentary maker whose films, web initiatives, and media campaigns on issues such as water privatization and immigration are used in educational curricula around the world. Liz’s research involves documentary production, digital storytelling, cross-platform outreach for documentaries, and media advocacy, and her newest project features five women from around the world tackling climate change through policy-making, protest, education, and innovation.
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