CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

April 2013

Welcome to the Centre for Communication & Social Change's newsletter. 

This month the Centre has been preparing for our biggest event of the year, the 2013 Communication for Social Change Awards!

Reserve your seat for the Awards week Public Symposium, featuring award winners Harry Surjadi and Sopheap Chak from the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights.

We are also very excited to introduce a new feature of the Centre newsletter, Student Spotlight. This month, we shine the spotlight on CSC Masters student Syifa Alamiyah, who is exploring health promotion through social media

his month the Centre also welcomes a new PhD recruit, 
Hagos Nigussie who is researching issues surrounding food security in Ethiopia.

As always we appreciate all feedback about the newsletter and input on what you would like to see in the future. Please contact the Centre's Communication Officer, Rhian Deutrom, with your thoughts.


UQ researcher explores asylum seeker home stay program

Dr Aparna Hebbani is leading groundbreaking research into understanding the experiences of families who have hosted asylum seekers. 


Lockscreen Angel app set to save lives

Richard Tubb has created a smartphone app which displays the owners' emergency contact details and medical history. Communicating important information through this app could save lives around the world. 


Student Spotlight

Each month we will be shining the spotlight on the work of a Communication for Social Change student.


CSC Award winners to feature in Public Symposium

The Centre will be hosting a public symposium during the CSC Awards week to explore the awards theme: Exposing injustice: ICTs & Social Change

From the Centre

Check out the latest news and photographs from the Centre.

From the Field

Check out the latest conferences and great tools on CSC themes.


Read about CSC employment and volunteering opportunities.



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