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2005 Media Peace Award Finalists

Foundation For Peace Studies
2005 Media Peace Award Finalists

Merania Karauria Deafening Silence
Robyn Langwell New Zealander of the Year: Doug Flett
Tearaway Magazine a) Label Bashers
b) Express Yourself
c) Pride and Prejudice
Jon Stephenson a) War Zone: a Reporter’s Story
b) No End in Sight

Planet FM & Rezwan Pashmi Women’s Voices – Selma
Gael Woods A Boy’s Own Story of the Great War
Graeme Acton Indonesian Islam

Lisa Glass, Stephen
Butler & Mike Valintine Lion Hearts
Paula Whetu-Jones & Erina Tamepo Mama Tere
Candida Beveridge for
Greenstone Pictures Should I Live, Should I Die?
Russell Campbell & Alister Sedition: The Suppression of Dissent in World
Barry, Vanguard Films War II New Zealand


Renee Parsons Growing up Together
Daniel Nielsen Kicking the Drug Cycle

Chris Pickett Captive Kiwis
Steven Mahoney Turangawaewae – A Place to Stand
Zoe McIntosh Night Vision

Laura Wiltshier NCEA and a Baby on the Way
Julia Brown A Different World


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