Pacific Media Watch editor TJ Aumua and Ami Dhabuwala kicked off the climate change project research field trip in Fiji in 2016. Kendall Hutt and Julie Cleaver are following in 2017 in partnership with Te Ara Motuhenga.
SUVA Asia Pacific Report Pacific Media Watch : Two journalism graduates from Auckland University of Technology are in Fiji on a two-week climate change Bearing Witness project Two of AUTs Pacific Media Centre students, Pacific Media Watch editor Kendall Hutt and Debate acting editor Julie Cleaver, arrived in Fiji on Easter Sunday for the second year of the Bearing Witness assignment The graduate s
As schools, universities and other educational centres closed early today in the face of warnings over high winds and power outages with the full force of Cyclone Cook bearing down on New Zealand, the Pacific Media Centre confirmed its climate change Bearing Witness project would go ahead this weekend.
The Pacific Media Centre was awarded a Small Research Grant by the Research Innovations Office RIO in late November 2015 This enabled the Centre to embark on a three-fold initiative under its Bearing Witness project by 1 linking with a Baseline 16 Pacific countries media and climate change project in partnership with the University of the South Pacific Journalism Programme, 2 establishing a Climat
Spasifik Magazine Prize and Storyboard Award winner Ami Dhabuwala (right) at the AUT School of Communication studies awards last night. With her are Spasifik editor and publisher Innes Logan and Pacific Media Centre Advisory Board chair Associate Professor Camille Nakhid. Image: Dan Cole/Toppix
Kendall Hutt (left) and Julie Cleaver ... two of the award winners at last night's AUT School of Communication Studies annual awards. They are heading to Fiji on assignment next month. Image: Del Abcede/PMC