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CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

January 2012


Welcome to the Centre for Communication for Social Change's first newsletter of 2012.

In this month's newsletter we hear from a Masters of Communication (Communication for Social Change) student interning with a UN organisation and introduce you to our new post-doctoral researcher. We also profile a leader in ICTs for development field, Sylvia Cadena.

As always, we have news and opportunities from the field and would really appreciate your feedback about the newsletter and input on what you want to hear about in the future.

Please contact
Siena Perry with your thoughts.


Student interns with UN organisation in South Korea 

From Pujiang, Eastern China, to The University of Queensland, Brisbane, and now Incheon City, South Korea, Menglu (Marie) Tang’s post-graduate studies journey has been truly international.

New post-doctoral researcher to explore participatory video   

Dr Lilly Sar is joining the Centre as a post-doctoral researcher, spearheading an exciting project on Indigenous knowledge systems and participatory video in Papua New Guinea (PNG).


Change-maker Sylvia Cadena reflecting on her experiences, outlook and philosophy.

From the Centre

The brand new, interactive Online Resource Hub for students, researchers, practitioners and anyone with an interest in the work and theories behind communication for social change is now live. 

From the Field

Conferences, articles, websites and videos on CSC themes.


CSC employment, internships, events and more...


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