Welcome to the Inclusive Journalism initiative site

Welcome to the Inclusive Journalism initiative site

My Sámi adventure

Maxine Jacobs (Ngāi Tahu) travelled to Helsinki, Finland, and Kautokeino, Norway,  as a student member of the University of Canterbury delegation to the Inclusive Journalism Initiative seminar in November 2015. Her participation was funded by the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre at the university. Stepping off the plane into a country I knew little about excited me. Everything […]

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Inclusive journalism seminar in Kautokeino, Norway

images: Greg Treadwell, AUT University The Sámi University College, Sámi allaskuvla, in Kautokeino, Norway, curls around a central courtyard like an Arctic fox with its head on its tail. Within the circle of its warmth, the Inclusive Journalism Initiative met on 2nd and 3rd November 2015 to discuss indigenous journalism and the roles of journalists and journalism educators in promoting journalism that tackles prejudice […]

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2016 EXCHANGE: FEMI PERUMBALLY GOING TO DENMARK

Femi Perumbally talks about her expectations of the upcoming semester in Denmark.

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2016 EXCHANGE: LAURA TRETHEWAY GOING TO DENMARK

Laura Tretheway talks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Denmark.

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Sophie-Buchan

2016 Exchange: Sophie Buchan going to Denmark

  Sophie Buchan talks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Denmark.

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Anuja-Nadkarni

2016 Exchange: Anuja Nadkarni going to Finland

Anuna Nadkarni speaks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Finland.

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Kendall-Hutt

2016 Exchange: Kendall Hutt going to Finland

Kendall Hutt talks about her expectations for the upcoming semester in Finland.

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Filling in the gaps for Estonians living with a disability

Conscious cafe: (L-R) Karl Pedemann, Katrin Ōunapuu and Vello Leitham from Kehrwieder.   I get to the cafe one minute late. I take off my coat and scarf. The smell of coffee beans is enough to make my mouth water. But I’m not in the cafe to order a latte. After I put my bag […]

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AUT students were shown examples of media pieces that addressed themes of diversity in the United States.

AUT welcomes Fulbright specialist to NZ

Fulbright Specialist Jeff Kelly Lowenstein has just spent time at AUT University, where he led a conversation about media and diversity in American society. Kelly Lowenstein is a lecturer from Columbia College in Chicago. He drew on history, poetry, archival footage and statistics to argue that the current situation in the United States is a […]

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2015 exchange: Niklas Brandt Pedersen coming to Auckland

DMJX student Niklas Brandt Pedersen talks about his expectations for the upcoming semester in Auckland.

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