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February 2015                                                                  

Welcome to our new look newsletter in 2015!

As we start the year, we welcome a group of new students and say farewell to our colleagues Claudia Sepulveda, Sonja Vivienne and Martin Potter, who are off to other adventures. We wish  them every success!

In From the Centre, Centre Director Elske van de Fliert discusses the question of impact and the importance of process and multi-stakeholder communication to sustainable development at the 3rd CAPSA Policy Dialogue in Bogor, Indonesia. We also throw a spotlight on Big Stories Small Towns Beaudesert,a multimedia project which students and staff of the Centre collaborated on with the community of Beaudesert that will be launching in Brisbane next Monday.

In Student Spotlight, we profile alumna Gillian Marshall Pierce, who recently put her knowledge of community campaigns and social movements to good use running for election with the Queensland Greens in Yeerongpilly.

We also speak to
Emily Lush, who has just returned from her Communication for Social Change practicum, running a creative writing workshop with young people in Timor Leste. 

Find job opportunities in NGOs, development agencies and not for profit organisations as well as volunteer positions in 
Opportunities.

Read about conferences on the field of communication for social change in 
From the Field.

We appreciate all feedback about the newsletter and input on what you would like to see in the future. Please contact ccsc@uq.edu.au with your thoughts.
How can we improve agricultural systems and the uptake of innovations, in order to feed the world’s population by 2050? How can we show evidence of what is working and why? These were the questions being considered at the 3rd CAPSA Policy Dialogue. Read more.
No sooner had Gillian Marshall Pierce accepted her Master in Communication and Social Change and taken off her graduation gown, she was rushing off to run as a political candidate for the Queensland Greens in the seat of Yeerongpilly. Read more. 
Combining her interest in cultural development and her skills as a writer, Master Student Emily Lush delivered a creative writing workshop program for young people with Many Hands International in Timor Leste as part of her CSC practicum. Read more.
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