Jeremaiah Opiniano

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts

Jeremaiah is a PhD student at the Department of Geography, Environment and Population.

Jeremaiah currently studies overseas remittances, financial capabilities, and the development potential of overseas migration especially in the rural origin communities of migrants. 

Research themes: Population geography (international migration and development issues and policy; remittances; migrant philanthropy], Social development [Social protection, civil society and philanthropy], Journalism studies [journalism education, migration journalism, community journalism, nonprofit journalism]


Title: Graduate Journalism Education in the Lens of Global Journalism

  • Funder Name (Organisation): The Sumitomo Foundation
  • Funder Reference: 138513
  • Reporting dates: 01 Jan 2015 to 01 Jan 2016


Title: Overseas Remittances, Hometown Investing and Financial Inclusion

  • Funder Name (Organisation): Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion (IMTFI), University of California-Irvine
  • Funder Reference: 2014-3082
  • Reporting dates: 01 Jan 2014 to 01 Jan 2015


Title: Remittance Investment Climate Analysis in Rural Hometowns

  • Funder Name (Organisation): Anonymous Catholic donor from Europe
  • Funder Reference: 327.120790/R120790
  • Reporting dates: 01 Jan 2012 to 01 Jan 2013


Title: Remittance Investment Climate Analysis in Rural Hometowns (RICART)

  • Funder Name (Organisation): Global Development Network (GDN) and the Japan Ministry of Finance
  • Reporting dates: 01 Jan 2011 to 01 Jan 2012

* Journalism (e.g. news reporting and writing, feature writing, journalism ethics)

* Research methods for Journalism studies 

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