ADVOCACY & OUTREACH
- Nepal: UN Members deeply concerned about caste discrimination and untouchability
- UNESCO Chair on Community Media renewed for a second term
- The poor and marginalized find themselves without a voice in that monolithic public sphere
- CR-CIT – Bangladesh edition (Bengali Version) released
- CR-CIT – Bengali Version
- Toolkit: “Internal Migration – A Manual for Community Radio Stations”
- Four Community Radio stations received the highest number of prizes in the Radio Category of the UNICEF Meena Media Awards, 2015
- Towards COP21: Broadcasting the voices of the communities – An international radio series produced by AMARC
- Opening Remarks, Conference on Community Media Sustainability, September 2015
- Bangladesh CR stations played key role in addressing cyclone Komen
- The UNESCO Chair on Community Media at the Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad has been renewed for a further period of four years, until December 2019.
Follow this link for a summary by the Chairholder and a detailed four-year report of the Chair’s activities.
- Our CR-CIT publications:
Among other things, the basic premises of CAMP include:
· Children must be seen as producers and contributors of information and not only as consumers.
· Community media can play an important role in strengthening cultural rights, and in particular, the rights of linguistic and cultural minorities, and indigenous peoples by providing access to the means of communication.
· Access to the means of communication must be supplemented by education and training to assist a critical understanding of the media and to enable children to develop their media and communication skills.