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November 24, 2015

From "gangster" to grocer

Author: Hoda Hersi, November 24 2015 - "I used to be a gangster", explains Abaas, a first year student at a university in Mogadishu and now the proud owner of a grocery store. Abaas used to live a...

November 13, 2015

Myanmar elections: using media to inform and empower

Authors: BBC Media Action's Phyo Wai Lin and Su Myat Mon, November 13 2015 -  "In our state, the children in grade two [age 7] cannot even read Burmese. Why is that?" On Saturday 12 September,...

November 9, 2015

Cultivate a culture of protecting children at community level

Author: PSAf’s Gillies C. Kasongo, November 12 2015 - The fact that there are still community and media reports of children being abused through child neglect, defilement, exploitation and forced...

November 5, 2015

Surveys don't have to be expensive to be effective

Author: Ross James, November 12 2015 - Media research can cost thousands of dollars and many hours, or very little. It all depends on the question being asked and the data needed to answer that...

November 3, 2015

The potential of reforming state broadcasters in divided societies: advancing an unfashionable argument

Author: BBC Media Action's Director of Policy and Learning James Deane, November 3 2015 - Most commentaries on 21st-century media focus on the impact of new technologies, social media and, above all...

October 26, 2015

"AMANDLA!" The story of Nelson Mandela

Author: Chris Haydon, October 26 2015 - Disability theatre company Freewheelers Theatre will perform their latest stage production "AMANDLA!" (Power to the People) on 3rd December 2015.

October 23, 2015

Environmental Reporting and Media Development: Equipping Journalists with the Training and Tools to Cover a Critical Beat

"In the coming decades, climate change is poised to disrupt the global economy....Low-income countries stand to lose the most, yet environmental reporting around the world often fails to inform the...

October 19, 2015

Humanitarian Broadcasting in Emergencies - A Synthesis of Evaluation Findings

"This report... focuses mainly on mass communication programming - broadcasting that can reach millions of people when disaster strikes - informing them about what has happened, what to do, how to...

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October 9, 2015

Author: Aveseh Asough, October 9 2015 - We were already a few hours into our production training workshop in Benin City in south Nigeria, when a...

October 9, 2015

Author: Suchi Gaur, October 92015 - All I can remember of comics from my childhood days are images of me flipping through the fresh pages of...

October 5, 2015

"As India witnesses an endeavour to erect a nationwide network of thousands of autonomous, locally orientated community radio stations, it...

September 28, 2015

"This paper looks at broadcast media in the Arab world four years after the Arab uprising. It looks at how media can help bridge divides in...

September 7, 2015

"As someone who has worked with and in the media, I ...know that lack of accurate information is a big driver of fear and trauma, which in turn...

September 6, 2015

"[This] research present[s] findings from the first year of supporting Radio Algeria's transition to Public Service Broadcasting."

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