Celebrating 25 years of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism
Date: Saturday 29 April 2017 (lunch and drinks provided)
Time: 10am to 4pm
Location: UTS Peter Johnson Building (Building 6), level 3, room 56.
NOTE: This is a FREE event, but registrations are essential.
Please RSVP by Tuesday 18 April to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leading journalism academic speakers
- Professor Peter Fray, Head of Journalism UTS
- Associate Professor Tom Morton, Lecturer and former Director of the ACIJ
- Professor Wendy Bacon, Investigative Journalist and Political Activist
- Professor Chris Nash, Monash University
- Sharon Davis, Multiple Walkley Award Winner Investigative Journalist
- Paul Farrell, Journalist, The Guardian
- Debra Jopson, Investigative Journalist
- Michael West, Investigative Business Journalist
- With more speakers to be announced in the coming weeks.
Join us to discuss
- The best of independent journalism — what did we learn?
- 25 years of hidden stories — where are they now?
- What do the public right to know and independent journalism mean now?
The UTS Australian Centre for Independent Journalism has made a significant contribution to journalism and has been a strong advocate for the public right to know and the role of journalism in strengthening democracy.
In its more than 25-year history, the ACIJ collaborated on major investigations with a wide range of media outlets and was involved in both national and international research collaborations such as the Global Environmental Journalism Initiative.
If you believe, as we do, that independent journalism has a vital role to play in strengthening democracy, we invite you to join us and pay tribute to hidden stories past and present and the legacy of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism.