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Registration now open for the JERAA Preconference and World Journalism Education Congress

Welcome Reception for Preconference Delegates: 12 July, 5:30-7pm, Auckland University of Technology, NZ. Sponsored by AUT's Pacific Media Centre. 

2016 World Journalism Education Congress Preconference: Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ, 13 July 

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JERAA Preconference and

World Journalism Education Congress

Auckland University of Technology, NZ, 13-16 July 2016

Register now for the Preconference of 13 July and World Journalism Education Congress of 14-16 July via the WJEC Registration link

The Preconference will feature a keynote by international media ethics scholar, Stephen Ward, panels on 'Reporting Corruption in Pacific Journalism' and 'Media Coverage of Mass Shootings', a workshop for early career journalism academics, and papers addressing a wide range of subjects affecting journalism, journalism education and journalism research. Guests will also be treated to a Pacific cultural performance by Oceania Interrupted and a welcome reception on 12 July, 5:30-7pm.For further details, see the Preconference page.

The Preconference has been organised by a partnership of JERAA, the Pacific Media Centre (Auckland University of Technology) and Media Educators Pacific.


Anne Dunn Scholar Award 2016 - congratulations to Emma A. Jane

Emma A. Jane, from the University of New South Wales, has won the 2016 Anne Dunn Scholar Award.

The award, presented by the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia and the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, was established in 2014 to commemorate the life and work of Professor Anne Dunn. More details on the Grants & Awards page.


JERAA research grant 2016 

Congratulations also to Stephanie Brookes, from Monash University, who has been awarded the JERAA research grant for 2016. Her project is 'Checking the facts: The impact of new sources of political information on "legacy" election coverage in Australia and the United States'.


UniPollWatch 2016

Following a presentation and discussions at the 2015 JERAA Conference, the JERAA Executive has unanimously agreed that the association should act as publisher of the UniPollWatch website for the 2016 federal election. JERAA President Matthew Ricketson has issued a statement explaining the association's involvement in and commitment to the project.

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  • Raise the standard of teaching in journalism.
  • Collect and disseminate information about journalism education.
  • Develop closer relations with the mass media and professional associations.
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  • Promote freedom of expression and communication.

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