Subject: radio pgm - Policing in Southern Sudan
From: "Victoria Fenner" <vlfenner@gmail.
Date: Thu, July 16, 2009 14:25
Just letting you know about a new 15 minute program done by the North South
Institute in Ottawa, a progressive organization which researches issues in
the developing world.
The latest program is up on the NCRA program exchange website at
Program Synopsis: Here in Canada, we understand why we need to have both an
army and a police force. We know that they both have different jobs to do.
But in some countries, the work of the police is done entirely by the
military. The police and the army are one in the same.
This program explores the challenges of establishing a police force in
Southern Sudan. Though it talks about conditions in that specific country,
the situation is similar to many other countries transitioning from a
military state to democracy.
Total length is 15:33 and it is completely self- contained with intro and
extro. It would fit well into a program about international affairs, or a
general interest program like a morning show.
A lot of stations have run the North South Institute's previous two
productions. If you haven't yet, you can find them at www.nsi-ins.
Send me an email if you have any trouble accessing the files from the NCRA
Best wishes, and have a great summer
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