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Joining the revolution - community journalism

I think I’ve just joined a revolution – thanks to Cardiff University’s new community journalism course.

Hats off to Cardiff for organising this mooc (massive online open course) – as far as I can see the first of its kind anywhere – and the fact that more than 7,000 people from around the world have signed-up shows just how much interest there is in “hyper-local” journalism. 306 more words

Delhi to Cardiff- The Journey In-between

Everybody talks about how their experience was in a certain city or country away from home. But nobody talks about what all it took for them to get there. 306 more words

Spot the Location - pt.2

Part 2

3. Doctor Who -Farringham
Actual location: St. Fagans National History Museum
Episodes: Human Nature and The Family of Blood

This is possibly my favourite location of the bunch, this massive open air museum gives a real glimpse into Wales’s history.It also makes an excellent filming location due to the re-built historical houses from around Wales that literally make you feel like you’re walking into the past. 440 more words

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Holocaust survivor recounts tale of captivity ahead of anniversary of Bergen-Belsen camp liberation

Mala Tribach remembers the night before her home was invaded.

“When I went to bed on 31 August 1939, I was living the normal happy life of an eight-year-old in a loving Jewish family,” she says. 844 more words

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Joyce Nsekela

A hopelessly optimistic, infinitely curious, and ever bubbly personality; Joyce Nsekela believes a career in Public Relations chose her. Joyce is a fascinating and quite a likeable young woman with large aspirations. 379 more words

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Manji Yarling

This week, I managed to have a brief sit-down with Manji Yarling - the 2013/2014 IPR class representative- who hails from Nigeria’s Plateau state.  During our brief interview, it became apparent to me that Manji is a strong-minded, sharp and focused individual who firmly believes in taking responsibility for one’s own actions. 449 more words

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