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Khanabadhoshon Ki Duniya – A World of Migrants Disrupting the Singular Narrative

PRESS RELEASE Khanabadhoshon Ki Duniya – A World of Migrants Disrupting the Singular Narrative New Delhi, 25 April 2017. On the occasion of International Labour Day, UNESCO is launching an awareness campaign to highlight the importance of creating inclusive urban spaces for migrants. Khanabadhoshon Ki Duniya or A World of Migrants is a series of 10 Radio Programmes (3–4 minutes each) produced by UNESCO featuring several real-life situations involving migrants and the challenges they face in accessing their rights and entitlements. The first radio programme will be aired on Monday 1 May 2017 on three channels of All India Radio (FM Gold, FM…

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Toolkit: “Internal Migration – A Manual for Community Radio Stations”

The UNESCO Training Manual titled “Internal Migration – A Manual for Community Radio Stations (2015)” by N. Ramakrishnan and Venu Arora of Ideosync Media Combine can be found on the ‘Manuals and Toolkits‘ page of the SANCOM website; you can also download the manual here. Please note that the publisher is seeking feedback from potential CR users. If you are so inclined kindly send an e-mail to Marina Faetanini at m.faetanini@unesco.org.  

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Towards COP21: Broadcasting the voices of the communities – An international radio series produced by AMARC

In December 2015, Paris will host the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework convention on Climate Change (COP21). There, the countries will negotiate a new universal climate agreement. The global phenomenon of climate change is affecting every country on the planet. But, the poorest regions and the most marginalized communities in the world are hit the hardest by the changing conditions. In the frame of the AMARC Global Campaign Fund, the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) wishes to highlight how the poorest and most marginalized populations in various regions of the world…

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