CELEBRATING WOMEN IN COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
Media initiatives for women
FemLINKPACIFIC uses communication and media to address the imbalances caused by traditional decision-making structures which impede women and young women's effective participation, especially from the rural population and the poor, to communicate openly on common matters. Read more.
A woman pioneer in rural communication
Professor Emeritus Nora C. Quebral was the founder of the College of Development Communication in the University of the Philippines Los Baños, Asia's first faculty for the field. Read the paper: Development Communication, Los Baños Style" that she delivered when awarded an honorary doctorate by the London School of Economics and Political Science. Read more.
From the Community
Women, ICTs and climate information
A team of researchers at the University of Florida sought to examine how gender is, or isn't, being considered in the current understanding of climate information services. Read more
Summit of Indigenous communication
From 14 to 18 November 2016, the Department of Cochabamba in Bolivia will host the III Continental Summit of Indigenous Communication of Abya Yala, an event organized by the five indigenous organizations of the Unity Pact of Bolivia. Read more
Communicating development: call for audio pieces
As part of the continued partnership of the UN-FAO and AMARC join forces again this year to facilitate the production of 40 audio pieces by producers and community radio journalists. Read more
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