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Want to tell NZ about Antarctic science ... from Antarctica?

Want to tell New Zealand about Antarctic science ... from Antarctica?

If you’re an educator, journalist, artist or influencer and want to tell New Zealanders about Antarctic science and why it’s important … read on!

The application process for Antarctica New Zealand’s Community Engagement Programme for the 2019/20 season is now open!

Our Community Engagement Programme plays a crucial part in informing the public's understanding of the science and operations in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Our aim is to support innovative Community Engagement proposals which align to Antarctica New Zealand's purpose: Inspiring people to connect with Antarctica through our vision: Valued. Protected. Understood.

We welcome applications from people and organisations who share our values, who understand the importance of the science New Zealand supports in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean and are passionate about communicating this message to New Zealand stakeholders and communities.

Find out more about our programme at: http://www.antarcticanz.govt.nz/education/communityengagementprogramme/
Applications close November 18 2018.

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