Projects

Decolonisation, the climate crisis, and improving media education in the Pacific

Global Voices interviews veteran author, journalist and educator David Robie who discusses the state of Pacific media, journalism education, and the role of the press in addressing decolonisation and...

Caitlin Johnstone: Julian Assange is free, but justice has not been done

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone Julian Assange is free. He is en route to Australia after appearing in court in...

Kanaky New Caledonia unrest: Shock over pro-independence leader charges, transfer to France

By Patrick Decloitre A group of pro-independence leaders charged with allegedly organising protests that turned into violent unrest in...

Former Green MP and ‘conscience of the year’ Keith Locke dies, aged 80

RNZ News Former Green MP Keith Locke, a passionate activist and anti-war critic once described as “conscience of the...

PSNA puts New Zealand govt ‘on notice’ over breaches of Genocide Convention claim

Asia Pacific Report A pro-Palestinian advocacy group has put the New Zealand government “on notice” over its alleged complicity...

Decolonisation, the climate crisis, and improving media education in the Pacific

Global Voices interviews veteran author, journalist and educator David Robie who discusses the state of Pacific media, journalism education, and the role of the...

Pacific Media Watch – The Genesis

Reported and presented by Sri Krishnamurthi “It’s a bit of a lighthouse” for vital regional news and information, says Alex Perrottet, a former contributing editor...

David Robie on Muckrack

Professor David Robie has a passion for the Asia-Pacific region. A journalist for more than 40 years, David has reported on postcolonial coups, indigenous...

David Robie on ResearchGate

Dr David Robie is semi-retired professor of Pacific journalism and founding director of AUT University's Pacific Media Centre. He is a NZ journalist who...

The PMC project: independent journalism

Reported and presented by Alistar Kata Alistar Kata, an award-winning journalist with Tagata Pasifika, made a 15 minute mini-documentary about the work of the Pacific...

Eyes Of Fire: 30 Years On – mapping the history with AUT students

Dedicated to Fernando Pereira (1950–1985) who was killed in the attack on the Rainbow Warrior by French secret agents. David Robie's book Eyes of Fire...