Community media

Advancing participatory communication

Enabling community dialogue

Promoting gender equality

Raising farmer’s voice

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Forum on Communication and Community Media for Sustainable Rural Development - Accra, 13 August 2015

From August 10th to 14th 2015, the 11th World Conference of AMARC will take place in Accra. Hosted by the Ghana Community Radio Network (GCRN), the conference will address the theme “Community Radio: reframing and reconciling a world of dualities” and will be an opportunity to celebrate community radio, while strengthening its capacity to thrive in Africa.

Radio Boda-boda: an innovative project to serve farmers

In an article published on Farm Radio International’s blog, Canadian journalist Adam Bemma describes how technology and innovation have teamed up to better serve rural farmers located west of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Online discussion: Rural radio and community media

In order to contribute to the celebrations of World Radio Day (13 February) the Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) and the Communication for Development (ComDev) team in FAO, in collaboration with UNESCO, have organized between 2 to 23 February 2015 an online discussion on “Rural radio and community media: empowering rural youth for resilient livelihoods and improved food security and nutrition”.

Working towards the improvement of community media

From March 22 to 28, civil society organizations from around the world will converge on the university campus Al-Manar in Tunis for the World Forum of Free Media and the World Social Forum.

This international meeting is an opportunity for organizations, activists and members of civil society to meet and discuss political, economic, cultural and social issues, network, share knowledge and exchange best practices.

Les élections et la représentativité de la femme dans les instances de prise de décision

Dans ce reportage, Francine Kyungu Ilunga, journaliste à la radio RCK Lubumbashi 90 FM, s’intéresse à la présence des femmes dans les instances de prise de décision. Avec plusieurs intervenants, elle s’interroge sur ce qui amène à prendre conscience de ses capacités tout en s’impliquant totalement dans le processus électoral afin d’en arriver à une représentation équitable de la femme dans les sphères décisionnelles.

Cet enregistrement audio fait partie de la série internationale "Vers Beijing+20" produite par l'Association mondiale des radiodiffuseurs communautaires, en collaboration avec ONU Femmes

Elections and the representation of women in decision-making bodies

In this report, Francine Kyungu Ilunga, a radio journalist for RCK Lubumbashi 90 FM, is interested in the presence of women in decision-making bodies. With her guests, she questions and raises awareness on what leads someone to acknowledge its capabilities while engaging fully in the electoral process in order to reach a fair representation of women in decision-making spheres. 

This audio recording is part of the international series "On the road to Beijing+20" produced by the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters, in collaboration with UN Women

French

«La voilà journaliste»

Cette production de Radio Regueb Révolution (Radio 3R) fait le portrait de la place qu’occupent les femmes dans le paysage médiatique régional en Tunisie. Au gouvernorat de Sidi Bouzid, 38 journalistes et présentatrices dans deux radios associatives et trois centres médiatiques de citoyenneté ont aboli toutes les contraintes et ont prouvés que la femme dans cette région est capable de créer et de servir ses capacités à travers le micro et le stylo pour vaincre les inégalités de genre grâce aux chiffres, à l’effort, à la présence et à la persévérance.

La production audio est en arabe. Pour lire le script, veuillez visiter le site de l’AMARC.

Vers Beijing+20: Une série radiophonique produite par l'AMARC, en collaboration avec ONU Femmes.

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This segment produced by Radio Regueb Révolution (Radio 3R) explains the role of women in the regional media landscape in Tunisia. At the governorate of Sidi Bouzid, 38 journalists and presenters in two community radio stations and three media centers citizenship have overcome all constraints and proven that women in this region are able to create and serve their capabilities through radio broadcast and journalism to abolish gender inequalities through numbers, effort, presence and persistence.

This segment is in Arabic. To read the script, please visit AMARC’s website.

On the road to Beijing+20: An audio series produced by AMARC, in collaboration with UN Women.

Arabic

Lamine Coulibaly- FCCM

Pour Lamine Coulibaly, chargé de communication pour la Coordination nationale des organisations paysannes du Mali (CNOP) et coordonnateur régional de La Via Campesina la communication est actuellement un élément très important pour les organisations paysannes.  Il passe en entrevue lors du Forum sur la Communication pour le Développement et les Médias Communautaires pour l’Agriculture Familiale (FCCM).

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Forum on ComDev & Community Media for Family Farming (FCCM)

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) will be embarking on a joint venture; collaborating on the upcoming Forum on Communication for Development & Community Media for Family Farming (FCCM).The Forum will take place at FAO Hea

Kenya moves to control farming related deforestation and climate change

Kenya is using every media outlet, public, private and independent, in a campaign to raise awareness about a new approach to farming that is more environmentally sustainable. The Kenyan public awareness campaign seeks to discourage the practice of clearcutting forest for farming which leads to deforestation and with it, climate change. The full article is available here

English

Média Communautaire: Un guide des bonnes pratiques

Décember 2011

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