Programme posté(e) par The Centre for Communication and Social Change
Publié le : 4 janv. 2013
The Communication for Social Change Award was established in 2006 to recognise outstanding contributions made by individuals and organisations to the theory and practice of Communication for Social Change (CSC); specifically those that have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to using communication to transform and empower marginalised communities. The award is administered by the Centre for Communication and Social Change at the School of Journalism and Communication, within The University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia and consists of a $AUD 2,500 prize and a travel package to participate in the Award Ceremony in Australia.
The objectives of the award are to:
In selecting the Award winners, the Jury will consider both significant contributions to the theory of CSC, and notable achievements in applied communication practice. The theoretical and practical work of Award nominees should reflect and/or be directly relevant to key CSC themes. The CSC Jury will also consider the pioneering contributions made by theorists and practitioners, as well as the long-term sustainable development impact of their work, communities impacted, commitment made, applicability, and timeliness.
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January 18, 2013
The award nomination process is open to men and women, from any political background, religion, nationality, and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups, and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply.
Click hereto download nomination, reference forms, and the CV template in word format and download a booklet profiling 2011 winners.