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Subject: Re: [Amarc-info] PARTICIPATE IN AMARC ELECTRONIC FORUM - THE ROAD
TO AMARC 10 REMINDER
From: "scretariat" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, September 30, 2010 18:02
To: "scretariat" <email@example.com>
PARTICIPATE IN AMARC ELECTRONIC FORUM - THE ROAD TO AMARC 10
In preparation of the AMARC 10 World Conference the World Association of
Community Radio Broadcasters, will be holding a series of electronic
forum on important challenges to Community Radio
The first electronic Forum will be on Community Radio Climate Change and
This first electronic forum will start on October 4th and finalize on
The animator is Raghu Mainali from NEFEJ and board member of Radio
Sagarmatha (Nepal). He is also the South Asia Representative in the
AMARC Asia Pacific Board of Directors.
Raghu Mainali will activate the Forum with a first statement Monday 4th
of October at 00,00 Greenwich time. He will then make a first summary
Wednesday and closing remarks the 8th of October.
To participate in this forum you must register at:
Click on "Apply for Membership"
Enter the information requested, and you are ready to comment!
For questions or problems please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
AMARC 10 e-Forum Agenda, 4 October to 5 November 2010
AMARC ELECTRONIC FORUM IN PREPARATION OF AMARC 10 WORLD CONFERENCE OF
COMMUNITY RADIO BROADCASTERS
Week 1 - 4-8 October
Climate change and environment - community radio as front-line reporters
on climate change, building an environmental reporters network
Week 2 - 11-15 October
Media development indicators - towards a set of indicators for community
broadcasting development, building on UNESCO and other indicators sets
and the AMARC principles for a democratic regulatory framework
Week 3 - 18-22 October
Disaster response - lessons from Indonesia, Haiti and Chile, developing
a strategic international response system for community radio solidarity
Junichi Hibino/Imam Prakoso
Week 4 - 25-29 October
Innovative practice in community radio - strategies to engage and
respond to digitalization, mobile platforms and the growth of social
To be confirmed
Week 5 - 1-5 November
Women in community broadcasting - strategies for gender equality,
defending women's rights and building AMARC's Women's International Network
Maru Chavez / Bianca Miglioretto
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