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Youth Voice on climate change

I have been fortunate to be among young people representing Activista, a global youth movement determined to end injustices and poverty- to the conference of youth on climate change. 334 more words


The changing face of the community newspaper

When news of the massive mudslide reached editor Nicole Trigg on her day off in July 2012, she didn’t hesitate. She dropped everything, jumped in her car and sped down to the scene. 1,560 more words


Focus on our blog

We are still documenting the sessions we had at the Digital camp, so head over to our blog and read the following; 275 more words


Writer, you're a journalist!

JOURNALIST and writer Michael Burge spent over six years writing full time, including three years contributing online articles, before embarking on the publication of a range of books… 1,038 more words

Write Regardless!

Victor Melder's Remarkable Sri Lanka Library in Melbourne

Courtesy of the web journal CONFLUENCE at http://www.confluence.mobi/blog/unique-sri-lanka-library/

An unique library on Sri Lanka, perhaps the only one of its kind overseas, exists in Melbourne, Australia. 1,290 more words

Life Stories

Former Marine Corps and CIA Officer Robert D. Steele: What You Need to Know is I'm a Spy Saying Spying Doesn't Work

“It’s costing you 1.2 billion dollars a week to produce the President’s daily brief, for a guy who can’t read.”

“We have a military-industrial complex today that profits from Secrecy and War, and it does not profit from efficiency and peace.” 255 more words


Blog 9: Do We Need Photojournalism?

Photojournalism is where what meets the eye meets the truth.  I love candid images just as much as the next person, but candids only capture a particular moment.  283 more words