UQ Mongolia Journalism Project: Media Environment in Mongolia
Ms. Iderjargal Dashdondog, National University of Mongolia
- Wednesday 26 April
- Digital Learning Space, Level 2, Joyce Ackroyd Building (bldg #37)
- 12:30pm – 1:30pm
For the past seven months, The University of Queensland has been teaching 20 Mongolian journalists about specialist reporting of the resources industry in Ulaanbaatar and now in Brisbane.
UQ International Development (UQID) is collaborating with UQ’s School of Communication and Arts (SCA) and the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI) to deliver this innovative training program over four phases.
The last of these phases is being conducted at the St Lucia campus from 25 April until 4 May.
One of the highly accomplished Mongolian participants is Ms. Iderjargal Dashdondog who teaches journalism at the National University of Mongolia.
UQ is very pleased to announce that she has agreed to present a public guest lecture on the Media Landscape in Mongolia.
The public guest lecture will be held in the new Digital Learning Space in the Joyce Ackroyd building (37) on Wednesday 26 April at 12:30pm.
The lecture will be recorded and uploaded to the School of Communication and Arts website at a later date.
Funded by The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH – the German Federal Government owned international development company – this project works with the GIZ program Integrated Mineral Resource Initiative (IMRI) based in Ulaanbaatar.
Further information on the UQ Mongolia Journalism Project.