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Community Media
UNESCO gives high priority to providing and strengthening communication and information facilities at the level of local communities. Such facilities offer basic tools for introducing and managing community-centred development and change.

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UNESCO gives high priority to providing and strengthening communication and information facilities at the level of local communities. Such facilities offer basic tools for introducing and managing community-centred development and change.
  • 18-05-2009 (Quito) 
    Radio association in Peru concludes IPDC-supported project
  • 14-05-2009 (Paris) 
    UNESCO to help community media with mobile content production
  • 11-05-2009 (Windhoek) 
    Community media conference starts today in Southern Africa
  • 14-04-2009 (Addis Ababa) 
    UNESCO continues to support Ethiopian mini-media through training
  • 27-03-2009 (Addis Ababa) 
    UNESCO sponsors school mini-media in Addis Ababa
  • 12-03-2009 (New Delhi) 
    UNESCO releases manual for community radio managers
  • 03-03-2009 (New Delhi) 
    Community radio training programme starts today in India
  • 10-02-2009 (Quito) 
    UNESCO-supported Latin American audio platform continues to expand
  • 05-02-2009 (Paris) 
    Good practices in community media to be discussed at UNESCO Headquarters next week
  • Hara Prasad Padhy
    Programme Specialist
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