The Centre for Communication and Social Change (CfCSC) is seeking outstanding individuals and organisations who have used communication to facilitate social, economic and technological development, to nominate for the 2013 Communications and Social Change Awards.
The award is administered by the Centre for Communication and Social Change (CfCSC) at the School of Journalism and Communication, within The University of Queensland, Brisbane. It consists of a $AUD 2500 prize and a travel package to participate in the Award Ceremony in Australia.
Since 2006 the Communication for Social Change Award recognizes significant contributions to the theory and practice of communication for social change, made by: 1) individual practitioners, field workers or scholars; and 2) organisations or institutions.
Theoretical and practical projects of nominees should reflect the key CfCSC themes:
- participatory development communication
- media and empowerment
- Information Communication Technologies (ICTs)
- social change and communication for transdisciplinary R4D (research for development).
All nominations must be received by no later than Friday 18 January 2013.
For more information (selection criteria, how to apply, jury, past editions) check out the dedicated webpage or contact Ms Rhian Deutrom at firstname.lastname@example.org