The Pacific Media Centre is running several Asia-Pacific projects again this year and along with Asia Pacific Journalism (Semester 2) we have a new special paper to match – International Journalism Project (JOUR810).
The deadline for applications is Friday, March 2, at 4pm.
Bearing Witness climate change project: Two weeks in Fiji in mid-semester break to experience and cover climate issues. Based at the University of the South Pacific. The PMC pays for return airfares, accommodation and a living koha. Apply and if selected, this counts towards JOUR810 international Journalism Project. More information. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Possibly a Fiji elections project in the Second Semester mid-semester break (watch this space).
Pacific Media Watch freedom project: 10 hours a week, paid at HRT08 rates, reporting and editing on media freedom, ethics, educational, training and ownership issues for the digital websites Asia Pacific Report and Pacific Media Watch. More information. Contact: email@example.comNZ Institute for Pacific Research reporting Pacific research project: A part-time internship with the University of Auckland’s Centre for Pacific Studies, but working out of AUT. Organised by the Pacific Media Centre in collaboration with NZIPR. 10 hours a week, paid at HRT08 rates. This assignment involves researching and news gathering and writing profiles about Pacific researchers and their projects. More Information. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Managed by Research Operations Manager Dr Gerry Cottrell at NZIPR.
Postgraduate students are preferred but there may be opportunities for final-year journalism major students.
Below: Kendall Hutt, one of the 2017 Bearing Witness climate journalists, talks to David Robie about the project. Video: PMC
|Asia Pacific Journalism Studies_2018flyer.pdf||561.13 KB|
|JOUR810 International Journalism Project – climate change FIJI_2018flyer.pdf||663.61 KB|
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|PACIFIC RESEARCH JOURNALISM PROJECT 2018 Final.pdf||412.54 KB|
Report by Pacific Media Centre