2nd REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF AMARC ASIA PACIFIC
Community Radio for Sustainable development and Good Governance
February 20-23, 2010 - Bangalore, India
The 2nd AMARC Asia Pacific Regional Conference has been postponed
to*February 20-23, 2010
*. The event was scheduled to take place from 10-13 October 2009. The
location of the conference remains unchanged and will be held in Bangalore,
India. The organisers made this decision to enable more people to
participate in the conference so that the community radio movement in the
region is consolidated and strengthened.
The 2ND AMARC Asia Pacific Conference : Community radio for Sustainable
Development and Good Governance, will bring together community radio
broadcasters, activists, academics, policy makers, and representatives of
the donor community and governments to review the development of the
community broadcasting in the Asia Pacific region in the last 4 years. It
will take a careful look at thematic areas of development such as the
empowerment of women within the CR sector, the role of community
broadcasting in peace building, it's role in the face of global climate
change and at times of natural disasters as well as for poverty eradication.
The regional conference will address practical issues such as capacity
building in areas of management, technology, community participation,
monitoring and evaluation, media convergence, and networking and the
conference will recommend steps that will ensure the way forward for the CR
sector in the region. The 2nd Regional Assembly of AMARC Asia-Pacific will
be held in conjunction with the Regional Conference.
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