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CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

December 2011


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

December is full of celebration, farewells and new beginnings.

In this month's newsletter we celebrate the achievements of one of our Masters of Communication (Communication for Social Change) students and profile one of Australia's most effective change makers, Margaret Reynolds. We bid graduating students farewell and say goodbye to Jessica London, the Centre's Project Officer.  But we also welcome Christine Leonard to the team and look forward to the exciting new opportunities this brings.

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 wins Prime Minister's Pacific-Australia Award

Jenny Max, a Masters of Communication (Communication for Social Change) student has won a Prime Minister's Pacific-Australia (PMPA) Award, valued at more than $AUD25, 000, in recognition of her leadership potential and academic achievements.

Farewell Jessica 

The Centre farewells Jessica London, our Project Officer. Jess is stepping down at the end of 2011 to pursue an exciting position in Bangkok. Read more about her new position and her thoughts about her time with the Centre.


Change-maker Margaret Reynolds reflecting on her experiences, outlook and philosophy.

From the Centre

Meet our newest staff member, Centre Facilitator and Administrator, Christine Leonard and read a good news story about an anonymous donation.

From the Field

Conferences, articles, websites and videos on CSC themes.


CSC employment, internships, events and more...


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