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Walkley Award winning journalist Sarah Ferguson presented the 2015 A.N. Smith lecture in journalism. Watch a recording of the lecture at the A.N. Smith lecture archive.
The Centre continues to explore the quality and standards of journalism practice and encourage accurate, balanced, fair and ethical practices through its public lecture program.
The Master of Journalism is designed by Australia's leading thinkers and practitioners in news media. This is a journalism degree for the future.
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New News Conference 2016 programme now available
Watch now: Sarah Ferguson on 'Australia's war on transparency'
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The Centre for Advancing Journalism is excited to announce that 'Journalism Skills for Engaged Citizens' will run again this year, following the success of its launch last year. Registration is open now. The course begins September 12th. More information and registration
Bookings are now open for individual sessions and Day Passes.
For more information please see the New News 2016 Conference programme web page.
Master of Journalism student Hugh McMaster and Centre for Advancing Journalism Director Dr Margaret Simons have been nominated for prestigious Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards.
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