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JERAA and Pacific pre-conference info for WJEC: The next generation


Oceania Interrupted members in one of their stunning Pacific cultural theatre displays featuring the banned (in Indonesia) West Papua flag Morning Star Image: Suarakolaitaga

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8 April, 2016


Register now for the Pacific Preconference July 13 and World Journalism Education Congress of 14-16 July: 

WJEC Registration link.

WORLD JOURNALISM EDUCATION ASSOCIATION PRECONFERENCE

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION EXTENDED FOR MEP AND AMIC SPONSORED MEMBERS UNTIL MAY 13

Auckland, University of Technology, Aotearoa/New Zealand, 13-16 July 2016
Pacific Media Centre cultural presentation and welcome reception for early birders on the evening of 12 July 2016

Pacific Preconference final programme - July 13

Corruption in the Pacific and the media panel - July 13

Preconference reception invitation - July 12
 

PRECONFERENCE: NINE ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNALISTS, MEDIA ACADEMICS AND PROFESSORS FOR WJEC
FULL STORY

Register now for the Preconference of 13 July and World Journalism Education Congress of 14-16 July via the WJEC Registration link.to take advantage of Early Bird Registration rates. The preconference also address a wide range of subjects affecting journalism, journalism education and journalism research. The Preconference will also feature Australian journalism issues, a Pacific Media stream, and issues affecting 'The Next Generation'--newcomers to journalism education, training, and research.

SPONSORS


Stephen Ward: Global Media Ethics

Preconference Keynote

Stephen Ward will address issues of global media ethics as part of his keynote presentation for the Preconference. Ward is the author of Global Media Ethics, Radical Media Ethics and a range of major texts in the field. Ward's writings and projects have influenced both the theory and practice of media ethics.

JERAA-PMC-MEP Preconference Partnership

The Preconference has been organised as a collaboration between JERAA, the Pacific Media Centre (Auckland University of Technology) and Media Educators Pacific. The Pacific Media Centre will host a welcome reception and cultural performance by Oceania Interrupted for Preconference delegates on the evening of 12 July (see video below). The collaboration enables the Preconference to feature a stream about cutting-edge issues affecting journalism and journalism education in the Pacific, in addition to other streams about Australian and global issues affecting the practice, teaching and research of journalism.

Deadline August 20: Submissions for Asia-Pacific papers after the conference for double blind peer-reviewed Pacific Journalism Review - Submission guidelines

Pacific Journalism Review July 2016Editor of PJR: Professor David Robie of the Pacific Media Centre. Inquiries: pjreview@aut.ac.nz

For more information about the WJEC Preconference

Please contact JERAA vice-president (conference) Leo Bowman (l.bowman@qut.edu.au) or JERAA vice-president (networks) Angela Romano (a.romano@qut.edu.au),

or Pacific Media Centre 's Professor David Robie (david.robie@aut.ac.nz) or Media Educators Pacific (MEP Misa Vicky Lepou (v.lepou@nus.edu.ws);

For more Information about the WJEC: http://www.wjec.aut.ac.nz/

Watch the Oceania Interrupted video

See video
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Pacific Media Centre

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The Pacific Media Centre - TE AMOKURA - at AUT University has a strategic focus on Māori, Pasifika and ethnic diversity media and community development.


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