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November / December 2015                                                                  

Welcome to our final newsletter for 2015!

In news from the Centre, we are proud to present four newly published titles in our book series, the Palgrave Studies in Communication for Social Change:
Each of these books presents an innovate and contemporary contribution to the CSC field.  
In this edition of Student Spotlight we feature Master's alumnus Kabilan Vairamuthu, now a screenwriter and lyricist for the Tamil Film Industry. 

share four short films from students of this year's Participatory Media Production course. The films explore and prompt dialogue about issues such as social media etiquette, gender discrimination, mindfulness and environmental awareness.

Finally, we congratulate and farewell five of our CSC postgraduate students who will be graduating this month. Ambrose Pereira, Bo (Joyce) Yang, Bilge Ozgun and Carissa Dennis have each earned their Master in Communication, while Ana Gallon will receive her Graduate Certificate. We look forward to hearing about where their CSC skills and passion lead them in the future. 
Our featured CSC practitioners in this month's From The Field are both former winners of our UQ CSC Award.  Freddy Mata Matundu updates us on his work using participatory theatre to tackle sexual violence against deaf women and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Harry Surjadi talks about his latest projects using mobile technologies to promote citizen journalism and defend land in Indonesia. 

Find jobs and volunteer positions in NGOs, development agencies and not for profit organisations in Opportunities. You can also find out more about careers in communication for social change

As this year fast draws to a close, we thank you for your support and wish you a wonderful holiday season. We look forward to collaborating and sharing our CSC work with you in 2016. 
Alumnus Kabilan Vairamuthu explores many forms of communicating for social change in India.
Using participatory theatre to tackle sexual violence against women & girls in the DRC.
Master's students generate discussion through their participatory short films.
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