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October 2015                                                                  


We hope this October newsletter edition finds you well.

Student Spotlight we hear from two Masters students about their CSC Practicum study experiences. Fr. Ambrose Pereira reports on his youth participatory video project in the Solomon Islands, and Allyson Starky tells us about her work on the Bicycles are Welcome Here Fringe Festival. 

We also welcome new PhD student Denielle Emans who joins us from Doha, Qatar to study the role of intercultural communication in the complex relationships between globalisation, international migration and labour. 

In news From the Centre, directoElske van de Fliert and PhD graduate Nurul Hilmiati have recently spent time in Timor Leste conducting field work and workshops for the Smallholder Cattle Production project. 

The Centre also recently co-hosted a seminar with APNIC on 'how internet governance rules your world'. Through a lively panel discussion, participants talked about the latest trends in internet policy development, measurement methodologies, and the potential for collaboration between academics and industry professionals. A summary of the issues addressed and a video of the panel discussion is available here

Our featured CSC practitioner in this month's From The Field is Mr Saik Yoon Chin, climate activist and founder of Malaysian publishing house Southbound Press. Winner of our Communication for Social Change Award in 2008, Mr Chin updates us on how big changes to the publishing industry are influencing his work. 

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

As always, we love to hear from you. Please contact us through the links below to get in touch or share your thoughts. 
Fr. Ambrose Periera facilitates a participatory video project in the Solomon Islands.
CfCSC and APNIC explore the politically contentious topic of Internet Governance. 
Allyson Starky advocates for everyday commuter cycling in Brisbane.
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