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Abdul Waheed KhanAbdul Waheed Khan
Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO

Abdul Waheed Khan and Mike McCluskeyAbdul Waheed Khan and Mike McCluskey
Left to right: Abdul Waheed Khan (Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO) and Mike McCluskey (Local Manager, Australian Broadcasting Corporation) at the opening of the Conference

Angela ScrymgeourAngela Scrymgeour
Angela Scrymgeour (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) at the Conference dinner

Attie Gerber and Kate BiceAttie Gerber and Kate Bice
Attie Gerber (South Africa) discusses recruitment issues with Kate Bice (Fairfax Newspapers, Australia)

H.P.S. Walia and Violet ValdezH.P.S. Walia and Violet Valdez
H.P.S. Walia (India) and JourNet Vice

Janet DoreJanet Dore


Josephine  BeateJosephine Beate
IAMCR Professional, Education Head (Edith Cowan University, Australia)

JourNet President Frank Morgan (IAMCR)JourNet President Frank Morgan (IAMCR)
Chairing the Steering Committee meeting

Justin Kili, Lisa Miller, Ruediger Claus and Frederic BaillotJustin Kili, Lisa Miller, Ruediger Claus and Frederic Baillot
Left to right: Justin Kili (PNG Media Council), Lisa Miller (South Pacific Community), Ruediger Claus (IIJB, Germany) and JourNet Network Co-ordinator, Frederic Baillot (ESJ, France) at the opening of the Conference

Kaarle NordenstrengKaarle Nordenstreng
JourNet Vice President Kaarle Nordenstreng (Tampere, Finland) takes notes at Steering Committee meeting

Kate BiceKate Bice
Kate Bice (Training Editor, Fairfax Newspapers, Australia) addresses the conference on industry demands for new recruits

Ken WiltshireKen Wiltshire


Kerry Green and Stephen McIlwaineKerry Green and Stephen McIlwaine
Prof. Kerry Green (University of Canberra, past-president, Journalism Education Association of Australia) and Dr Stephen McIlwaine (University of Newcastle)

Manoj Patairya and H.P.S. Walia (India)Manoj Patairya and H.P.S. Walia (India)
at the Conference opening

Marc Edge, Arul Aram and Chen PeiquinMarc Edge, Arul Aram and Chen Peiquin
Marc Edge (Singapore/Canada), Arul Aram (India) and Chen Peiqin (China) at the Conference dinner

Maximiliano Duenas GuzmanMaximiliano Duenas Guzman
JourNet Vice President Maximiliano Duenas Guzman (FELAFACS, Puerto Rico) addressing the Conference on social and cultural issues in journalism

Roger HolmesRoger Holmes
Adressing the welcome reception

Roger Holmes, Ken Wiltshire, Abdul Waheed Khan and Janet DoreRoger Holmes, Ken Wiltshire, Abdul Waheed Khan and Janet Dore
Left to right: Roger Holmes (Newcastle Vice-Chancellor), Ken Wiltshire (Chairperson, Australian National Commission for UNESCO), Abdul Waheed Khan (Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO), Janet Dore (Newcastle City Manager)

Ruediger Claus, Ridha Najar and Pieter WesselsRuediger Claus, Ridha Najar and Pieter Wessels
Dr Ruediger Claus (IIJB, Germany) and JourNet Vice President Ridha Najar (CAPJC, Tunisia) with Pieter Wessels (Commonwealth Journalists Association)

Violet ValdezViolet Valdez
JourNet Vice President Violet Valdez (Philippines) addresses the Conference on course development using the Internet

Wilson Ugangu, Frank Morgan and Ridha NajarWilson Ugangu, Frank Morgan and Ridha Najar
Left to right: Wilson Ugangu (ACCE Co-ordinator), Frank Morgan (JourNet President), Ridha Najar (JourNet Vice-President)

Zaineb Najar, Margot Morgan and Chen PeiqinZaineb Najar, Margot Morgan and Chen Peiqin
Left to right: Zaineb Najar (Tunisia), Margot Morgan (Australia) and Chen Peiqin (China) at the Conference dinner


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