Hunter Institute of Mental Health’s Mindframe National Media Initiative will be showcased on the international stage at the World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC) this week.
The WJEC is being held in Auckland, New Zealand from 14 – 16 July and will be preceded by the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) Pre-Conference on 13 July 2016, which has been supported by the Hunter Institute for over 15 years.
Mindframe’s effectiveness in Australia and collaborative approach with various sectors and industries will be the focus of a number of panel discussions and papers which will be presented by Hunter Institute staff.
For a summary of activities, please see the Mindframe website: www.mindframe-media.info/home/news/news/2016/mindframe-approach-to-be-showcased-on-international-stage
Director of the Hunter Institute Jaelea Skehan will also be undertaking a series of stakeholder meetings with New Zealand colleagues, including the New Zealand Ministry of Health, New Zealand Press Council, academics and educators.
For more information about the conferences and activities, please visit: http://www.wjec.aut.ac.nz/
Follow Jaelea and the Hunter Institute on Twitter for live updates during the week @jaeleaskehan @HInstMH