REVIEW: Photojournalism—a welcome celebration and challenge
Conflict, Custom and Conscience: Photojournalism and the Pacific Media Centre 2007-2017, edited by Jim Marbrook, Del Abcede, Natalie Robertson and David Robie. Auckland: Pacific Media Centre. 2017. 78 pages. ISBN 978-1-927184-45-5.
At an event marking 10 years of the Pacific Media Centre in Auckland in November 2017, Radio New Zealand journalist Johnny Blades said New Zealand’s role in establishing a ceasefire in Bougainville in 1998—and paving the way for a subsequent peace agreement—was an achievement New Zealanders should be proud of. 'We should be shouting about it from the rooftops,' he said. But sadly, he added, too few people seemed to know much about it these days.
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