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Maori Culture and Data Journalism

By Anna Hjortdal DMJX My personal Inclusive Journalism Initiative highlight was going on a ”Noho Marae” – an overnight trip to a ceremonial Maori house. We all lined up in our finest clothes to participate in a Powhiri – welcoming ceremony. A woman called us inside the house by singing to us. We all walked […]

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Hammocks and hard places, a semester in New Zealand

By Alexander Tange, DMJX We found our hammocks around midnight. In pitch-black darkness. The kind you only find when you are good and properly lost. Our campsite was neither cozy nor legal, strictly speaking, but it was the only place with enough trees to hang three hammocks without having to summit a small volcanic mountain. One […]

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Advice to students coming to Aarhus

67 students from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, China, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Kasakhstan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Mexico, Moldova, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Syria, UK, USA +7 Danish students (30 nationalities) Literature: See for a general information about Denmark. See about the Danish […]

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Relevant issues in developing inclusive journalism curricula

  EXPERT NOTES: Milica Pesic Inclusive Journalism  Milica Pesic Inclusive Journalism

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Inclusive journalism syndicate at WJEC 2016

The final conference of the Inclusive Journalism: Reporting Europe and Asia Pacific project was held in Auckland, July 14-15, at the 2016 World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC). It took a form of a two days syndicate that presented the IJI project to the WJEC participants and discussed in much depth inclusive journalism curriculum development experiences […]

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A visit to Aarhus

The Danish School of Journalism is a jewel in the IJI crown.  I have had the opportunity to meet several staff, and have observed and taken part in classroom activities.  I have also had a tour of the facilities.  AUT students Sophie and Tessa joined me for an afternoon coffee between shooting and editing their […]

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Niklas Scoops RNZ Award

Niklas Brandt Pederson in action in Fiji

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IJI students won awards

TJ Aumua (centre) with her sponsors from Spasifik Magazine

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Aarhus: Looking chic and staying warm

Author: Sophie Buchan   Hej from bustling Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark. While you Kiwis soak up those last rays of sunshine back home, here in Aarhus the sky is a little bleak most days and the temperatures are yet to hit double digits. Despite this, life in Aarhus continues to be a […]

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resources for students coming to Aotearoa New Zealand

To help overseas journalism students at AUT or Canterbury universities begin to understand the country, its people and its media, here are some general and academic readings.   some basics Wikipedia – there isn’t a better encyclopedia entry, although for more in depth information, Te Ara (a government-managed online encyclopedia) is excellent, for example, for its overview of […]

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