Mojo Correspondent is a student reporting and journalism project created by Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism. Financial backing for the project comes predominately from Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, via its New Colombo Plan. The principal project partner is Engineers Without Borders Australia.
18 Monash journalism students will travel to three different Asian countries in 2016-2017, primarily to report on NGO issues and development:
Cambodia – July 2016
Nepal – December 2016
India – January 2017
The project is run by Monash University journalism lecturer, Nick Parkin. For more details, you can contact Nick at email@example.com.
- Half of India's population lacks access to a toilet, putting girls at risk of rape when they relieve themselves. http://t.co/mTMSzQS4dG 4 months ago
- When an Indian farmer commits suicide, there’s a high chance he comes from the dusty, arid state of Karnataka. http://t.co/i1efFn6QDs 4 months ago
- SBS has just published one of Mojo Correspondent's reports from our Cambodia study tour. http://t.co/XsXgM793R5 4 months ago