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Take a look at our photos and videos on ComDev activities in Asia-Pacific!

A capacity building workshop for women community radio broadcasters of South Asia was held on January 19-22, 2013 in New Delhi, India. Organized by the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) Asia Pacific in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair on Community Media, the workshop aimed to enhance access to community media and promote social change and peace building through community broadcasting.

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ComDev educators and practitioners in the Philippines gathered to discuss the trends and challenges of development communication as a glocal practice. The conference was organized by the Consortium of Development Communication Educators and Practitioners of the Philippines, the College of Development Communication, University of the Philippines Los Banos, and the Isabela State University. Some of the highlights of the conference are in the photo set below.


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AMARC Asia is conducting a series of capacity development workshops, introducing a Gender Policy for Community Radio and sharing examples of women-led initiatives in various Asia-Pacific countries using community radio for achieving gender equality. Below are some shots taken during the project activities in Nepal.

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Krishi Radio was the first community rural radio established in Bangladesh in 2011. It is currently run by dedicated local staff and volunteers broadcasting about agriculture, climate adaptation and rural livelihoods. See below a photo set on the establishment and operations of the radio.

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For the launch of Krishi Radio, the Bangladesh Rupantar Institute of Folk Theatre performed a traditional pot (folk) song combining theatre and dance. The video below shows the artists using painted canvas to highlight the message conveyed by the song, on how community rural radio can improve people's access to information and therefore their livelihoods.

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