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Pacific Journalism Review 20th Anniversary Asia-Pacific conference

Event date and time: 
Thursday, November 27, 2014 - 08:30 - Saturday, November 29, 2014 - 12:00

PACIFIC JOURNALISM REVIEW 20th Anniversary Conference and Celebration
Theme: Political journalism in the Asia-Pacific region



Programme includes:
- Investigative journalism
- Documentary films
- Media industry panels
- PJR celebration

The Pacific Media Centre's research journal Pacific Journalism Review is marking its 20th anniversary in November with a two-day Asia-Pacific conference and celebration. Editorial board members, reviewers, researchers and authors are especially encouraged to come for this event and to present papers. A general invitation is also extended to all interested people to offer papers, give industry talks, provide panel discussions and present documentary films. Selected peer-reviewed papers will also be published in the May 2015 edition.

Celebrated journalist and filmmaker Max Stahl.Keynote addresses include: Celebrated journalist and film maker Max Stahl from Timor-Leste - the man who exposed the 1991 Indonesian massacre at Santa Cruz cemetery to the world; New Zealand film maker Jim Marbrook with a special screening of his new documentary on nickel mining on indigenous lands in New Caledonia, Cap Bocage; and Dr Lee Duffield from Australia with a comparative history research paper about Pacific Journalism Review. A short film by Sasya Wreksono about the "life" of PJR will also be screened.

Pacific Journalism Review was launched at the University of Papua New Guinea in November 1994.

Conference home page

Paper/panel submissions or programme proposals

More information


PJR on Informit archive of all articles since 1994

PRJ-Con-A1-Poster-FINAL.pdf1.2 MB
See video


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