CCSC Newsletter
CCSC Newsletter

October 2012

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

This month we say goodbye and good luck to our Centre Facilitator Christine Leonard as she begins a new job at the Pacific Malaria Initiative. We also welcome a new group of PhD students

Catch up on all the latest from the CfCSC including a recent collaboration on a Rural Livestock Management project in East Timor. 

Read about CSC Masters student, Ali Rae's recent trip to Papua New Guinea to document local agricultural knowledge systems.

This month's Shout Out! investigates the Asylum Seeker debate and Participatory Video as students discuss social change issues affecting our readers everyday.

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.


ACIAR project connecting with East Timor famers

Researchers from the CfCSC are leading the initial research phases of a project to address rural livestock management in East Timor.  

Masters student helps preserve PNG culture

Ali Rae has just returned from a praticum placement in Papua New Guinea where she documented traditional communication practices and agricultural indigenous knowledge systems.


Meet Gemma-Rose Turnbull: photojournalist turned PhD student, Gemma has travelled across the world to tell the stories of marginalised groups through her photography.


Shout Out!

Have your voice heard on social change issues.

From the Centre

Check out the latest news and photographs from the Centre. As Semester 2 draws to a close, students tell us what their thought of their courses.

From the Field

Check out the latest conferences and great tools on CSC themes.


Read about CSC employment and volunteering opportunities.



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