Ahd Mohamed is a mass communication student who is passionate about community outreach and volunteer work. She has worked as a junior reporter for the Doha Centre for Media Freedom and is currently the vice president of the Youth’s Lens initiative at the Qatar Centre for Voluntary Activities. She has also participated in and helped to organise many events related to media and development. Ahd hopes the study tour to Australia will help her gain experience, make connections with people from different cultures, and become familiar with international media environments.
Dana Al-Haddad is a mass communication student who is passionate about new media. Her aim is to spread positive messages and bring the voices and concerns of people to the authorities. She has represented her school and university at a wide range of conferences and events in Qatar and throughout the region. Dana wants to use the study tour to Australia to build knowledge that will be beneficial to her country and to her future work colleagues.
Hasna Hamid is a mass communication student pursuing a minor in press, radio and television. She plans to use the study tour to Australia to gain practical skills that will let her build a better future.
Hind Al-Naama is a mass communication student pursuing a minor in business. She has won several awards for high achievement throughout her time at university and volunteers widely in the community. Hind plans to use the study tour to Australia to experience new cultures and media practices first-hand, and to build professional networks.
Raja Aderdor is a mass communication student pursuing a minor in English literature and linguistics. She volunteers widely throughout the community and is passionate about photography, filmmaking and travelling. Raja hopes the study tour to Australia will enrich her cultural knowledge and skills, which will push her forward to make more creative movies.
Welcome to Australia! Ahlan wa sahlan!
The tour is supported by the Australian Government through the Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; along with Qatar University and the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Australia. AMEJE is extremely grateful for this support.