CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

August 2012

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

This month w
e congratulate Associate Professor Pradip Thomas on recently being elected as Vice President of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and his new publication Digital India: Information, Communication & Social Change.

We are also very excited to introduce a new feature of our newsletter, Shout Out! Read about social change issues affecting our readers everyday.

Check out a CSC student working with Fillipino handicraft communities and hear from a UQ tutor who works closely with Nobel Prize Peace Laureates.  

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.


Associate Professor Pradip Thomas turning heads in media world 

A/P Thomas has been elected as Vice President of The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) at a conference in Durban early this month.  

CSC Masters student talks Indigenous textiles  

Outside of her Communication for Social Change degree, Anya Lim is a social entrepreneur from the Phillipines who uses her passion for community development to grow local handicraft businesses.


Meet Pantea Beigi: Currently a tutor in Peace and Conflict Resolution, Pantea's advocacy peace work has taken her to all corners of the globe.

Shout Out!
Have your voice heard on social change issues. 

From the Centre

Read all the latest news from the Centre including Associate Professor Elske Van de Fliert's recent trip to Lisbon and reviews straight from the lecturers on this semesters CSC courses.  

From the Field

Conferences, calls for papers and great tools on CSC themes.


CSC employment and volunteering opportunities.



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