Category Archives: Collective prosperity

Research, commentary, news items, in depth reports etc

Dark forces of rotting structures, processes and policies!

Dark forces of rotting structures, processes and policies! We need a new media narrative in Australia! Continue reading

Posted in Collective prosperity, Drivers of social outcomes, Economic development, Economics, Empowerment, Fairness, Journalism, Psychology, Sustained personal, community and social flourishing, Uncategorized, Well-being | Leave a comment

Is inequality growing in Australia? If so, will it allow Australia to flourish?

Our call to action is, “We want to help as many Australians as possible to flourish; personally, in their communities, and as the Nation as a whole!” What AMEP can do, directly, is to push for a media narrative that … Continue reading

Posted in Asset-based community development, Collective prosperity, Economic development, Economics, Education, Empowerment, Fairness, Health, Journalism, Justice, Law, Media, Politics, Psychology, Relationism, Research, Social outcomes, Sustained personal, community and social flourishing, Theology, Uncategorized, Well-being | Leave a comment

Struggle Street on SBS

In the Age today (7/5) Michael Lallo wrote a very challenging article on the SBS documentary Struggle Street on SBS, which caused me to watch it on SBS view on demand. I hadn’t intended to watch it after reading early … Continue reading

Posted in ACMA, Asset-based community development, Australian Press Council, Business, Collective prosperity, Communications technology, Community Service Organisations, Economic development, Economics, Education, Empowerment, Fairfax Media, Fairness, Health, Journalism, Justice, Law, Media, Politics, Psychology, Research, SBS, Social outcomes, The ABC, Theology, Uncategorized, Well-being | Leave a comment

Is this a story about talented musicians being abused by the market?

This is an interesting read from the Conversation. Our interest in media is about what makes for greater fairness, well being and shared prosperity in Australian society? If this research is true why would journalists from mainstream media not investigate … Continue reading

Posted in Arts, Business, Collective prosperity, Empowerment, Fairfax Media, Fairness, Fifth Estate, Fourth Estate, Health, MEAA code of ethics, Media, News Corporation, Psychology, Relational journalism, SBS, The ABC | Leave a comment

Counter-terrorism: Are we suffering from shallow, simplistic journalism?

Journalists Cecily Huang and Caitlin Gibson go behind the headlines, and speak to one of Australia‚Äôs young Muslims, Mohammed Junaid Thorne, experienced journalist, Professor Peter Manning, who specialised in Muslim culture, scholar of Islamic studies, and Shakira Hussein, to check … Continue reading

Posted in ACMA, AMEP code of ethics, Asset-based community development, Australian Press Council, Collective prosperity, Community Service Organisations, Empowerment, Fairness, International media ethics movements, MEAA code of ethics, Minister for Communications, Relationism, Social advocates, Uncategorized, Well-being | 2 Comments

New Bill is Bad News for Vulnerable Children – James Cambell, Herald Sun, Melbourne

Why won’t journalists write solutions-centred ‘stories”, rather than bombarding audiences with problems? Continue reading

Posted in Asset-based community development, Collective prosperity, Community Service Organisations, Economics, Education, Fairness, Health, Journalism, Justice, Law, Media, News Corporation, Politics, Research, Social advocates, Social outcomes, Social theory, Uncategorized, Well-being | Leave a comment

Might be time for journalists to relearn principles of Rule of Law!

Last year, Australian Media Engagement Project (AMEP) engaged in a number of events around, “Beyond the Game – Is there a crisis in Australian democracy?” We believe there is a crisis, and that crisis affects, and will continue to affect, … Continue reading

Posted in Asset-based community development, Business, Collective prosperity, Community Service Organisations, Economic development, Economics, Education, Empowerment, Fairness, Fourth Estate, Health, Journalism, Justice, Law, MEAA code of ethics, Media, Politics, Uncategorized, Well-being | Leave a comment