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[creative-radio] Celebrate International Migrants Day and Join the Radio 1812 Event!


Brussels, 23 November 2009

Celebrate International Migrants Day and Join the Radio 1812 Event!

Status Update: 24 days to go!

For the fourth year in a row, Radio 1812 will bring together migrant
groups and radios from around the world to celebrate International
Migrants Day on 18th December.

Last year, 175 radio stations produced, broadcasted and shared programmes
on migration, turning the event into a successful opportunity to make
migrants' voices heard across the world.

This year, 70 radio stations from 28 countries already confirmed their
participation (see below). We will be adding the names of the participants
on a special map which you will find on the home page of the Radio 1812

On the site, you will also find special content which you can
re-broadcast, such as reports on the Global Forum on Migration and
Development in Athens
or and the Youth Forum in Assilah
or (French version only).

We are looking forward to welcome you (again) as a participant in this

unique happening.

Please let us know as soon as possible if you want to take part by writing
to the Radio 1812 team at

To date, we received confirmations from radios in the following countries:
Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Germany, Guatemala, Italy, Mexico, Moldova,
Morocco, Netherlands, Paraguay, Romania, Senegal, Spain, Thailand, United
Kingdom, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

René Plaetevoet
December 18
323 Rue du Progrès
B-1030 Brussels
Tel: +32-2-2741435
Fax: +32-2-2741438
skype: reneplaetevoet

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