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Verena Thomas <[log in to unmask]>
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Verena Thomas <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear All,
Please find attached (and below as text) the Call for Proposals for the 2014 OURMedia conference at the University of Goroka, Papua New Guinea. The conference dates are 21-25 July 2014, after the IAMCR conference.
Please circulate this CfP to your networks.
We hope to see you in Goroka!
Kind Regards,
Verena
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Verena Thomas, PhD
Director, Centre for Social and Creative Media
School of Humanities | University of Goroka
PO BOX 1078 | Goroka EHP 441
Papua New Guinea
P: +675 5311 858
E: [log in to unmask]
W: www.cscm-uog.org

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Call for Proposals
The Centre for Social and Creative Media at the University of Goroka is pleased to host the tenth OURMedia conference from 21-25 July 2014.
OURMedia10 in Papua New Guinea is a unique opportunity to bring the OURMedia network to the most diverse and largest country of the South Pacific Islands. It provides a platform for the South Pacific region to contribute to global discussions around community media and communication for social change while strengthening dialogue across regions. The recent impact of new media technologies in the region provides new opportunities and contexts to discuss the role media can play for individuals and communities.
CONFERENCE THEMES
We invite presentations, workshops, papers, roundtable discussions and panel proposals relating to concepts of media practice, presenting case studies of media initiatives both from the region and internationally and providinganalysis of recent developments, challenges and successes in the areas of communication and social change. We welcome proposals for exhibitions, filmscreenings or performances.
As part of the conference field trips to visit community organizations and groups will be organized where participants will get an insight into local initiatives and projects.

Suggested conference themes for OURMedia10 include:
   Communication research with a focus on Indigenous approaches
   Transnational connections, distribution and exhibition networks
   Media technologies and innovation including mobile phones and social media
   Communication for Development (C4D) with content areas such as climate change and environment, health and gender
   Media policy, regulation and freedom of expression
   Media training and education
   Social movements, participation and social change
ABSTRACTS AND PROPOSALS
Please submit a 300-500 word abstract and a 100 words bio of the author(s)/contributors to [log in to unmask] by the 10th of March 2014. We will respond by the 21st of March 2014.
CONTACT
For further information, please send an email to [log in to unmask]
Please also find further information on PNG and the conference venue at:
www.ourmedia-network.org
Registrationwill be possible from March 2014.

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