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September 2016                                                                  

A warm welcome to our September newsletter!

This month we catch up with two of our incredibly talented postgraduate student alumnae. Emily Lush answers our questions about her current CSC work supporting HIV/AIDS healthcare in Cambodia. Meanwhile Eadie Hancock reports on her collaborative work with culturally diverse communities in Brisbane.

We also congratulate recent PhD graduate Huu Nhuan Nguyen for being awarded his doctorate for research into agricultural research for development (AR4D) in Vietnam. Nhuan tells us about his innovative project designing a framework for measuring the impact of AR4D in the Northwest Highlands region. 

In news from the Centre, we recently hosted a seminar by NZ scholar Prof. David Robie about campus-based social justice media platforms. Read our wrap of David's presentation, where he advocates that universities play a greater role in producing independent, investigative journalism within the modern media landscape.

Finally, don't miss our Opportunities page for the latest CSC related jobs, volunteer positions, conferences and events.

As always, we love to hear from you. Please contact us through the links below to get in touch or share your thoughts. 
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Huu Nhuan Nguyen assesses the impact of AR4D projects in Vietnam
Eadie Hancock advocates for Brisbane's culturally diverse communities
Prof. David Robie makes the case for campus-based social justice media
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