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CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

May 2012


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

This month
we are excited to announce the Centre will be holding its inaugural conference entitled Beyond the Impasse: Exploring New Thinking in Communication & Social Change in early 2013 and we want you to be involved. We also have great stories about the activities and achievements of people connected to the Centre.

Finally, be sure to check out the From the Field section for information on a large number of events occurring in Brisbane in the next month.

As always we 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.



Centre to hold inaugural boutique conference

The Centre for Communication and Social Change will hold a boutique conference in late January 2013 and we want you to be involved. We are seeking abstracts that explore a range of themes including locally specific, context-based approaches to understanding CSC themes.

Student explores peace talks in Nigeria

Father Gerald Musa, both a Catholic priest and PhD candidate at the Centre for Communication and Social Change, is completing his three-year thesis Dialogue as communication: Challenges and prospects of Christian-Muslim dialogue in Nigeria.



Meet Centre affiliate and senior lecturer Dr Zala Volcic, whose work explores media, development, social change, dependency, nationalism, and identity.

From the Centre

Read about some of the diverse activities of the Centre: from an award for best paper for research on Filipino youth, to visiting to a school in Bougainville, to exploring synergies between CSC and PR at the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRiNZ) annual conference

From the Field

Loads of exciting events in Brisbane as well as calls for papers, conferences and tools on CSC themes.


CSC employment, internships and more...


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