CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

September 2012

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

This month we explore issues surrounding the contentious asylum seeker debate in Australia. Read an interview with Dr. Aparna Hebbani about her work with refugee settlement
. Also, check out a CSC Masters student working with the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland to teach refugees valuable media skills.

Catch up on what's been happening at the Centre including our recent screening of television series 'Go Back to Where You Came From'.

This month Shout Out! features protest videos as contributors explore social change issues affecting our readers everyday.

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


CfCSC Screening of 'Go Back to Where You Came From'

This month the Centre hosted it's first film screening. Read all about the evening here!  

Masters Student helps pioneer Refugee Training Program

Samantha Ryan is assisting the Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland to develop a program that teaches refugees valuable media skills.


Meet Dr. Aparna Hebbani: currently a lecturer at The University of Queensland, Dr. Hebbani also researches refugee settlement in Australia.


Shout Out!

Have your voice heard on social change issues.

From the Centre

View galleries and read what attendees thought of our special SBS Screening! Also check out a PhD student tackling grassroots problems in Indonesia.

From the Field

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


The Centre is looking for an intern to join our friendly team - could it be you? Also read about CSC employment and volunteering opportunities.



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