Monday, 6 February 2012

[creative-radio] New book on Community Radio: Empowerment Radio by Birgitte Jallov

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'EMPOWERMENT RADIO – Voices building a community' sets out to demonstrate
why community radio during the past decade has repeatedly been recommended
as a powerful catalyst for development – 'the missing link' between
development support being provided and change actually taking place. This
book has been written with a desire to share powerful insights and
experiences that can help get a genuine community radio off the ground –
and keep it on air. It offers a step-by-step presentation of the central
conceptual and practical aspects that are essential for creating
EMPOWERMENT RADIO: A sustainable, community-run, well managed, simple and
effective platform for the community's voices, with space for debate on
issues of importance that range from urgent ad hoc problems, over continued
debate on community development, and onward toward a celebration of the
local culture.

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From: Spoken Word CJSF Frieda Werden <>
Date: 6 February 2012 13:14
Subject: [ncralist] new book: Empowerment Radio by Birgitte Jallov
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This author, Birgitte Jallov, is a member of AMARC and has written about
her long practice and research on introducing community radio into
communities in Africa and collaborative research with the communities into
what changes took place. Link to book info:

Frieda Werden, Series Producer
WINGS: Women's International News Gathering Service
Frieda Werden,
Public Affairs/Spoken Word Coordinator
CJSF Radio 90.1 FM
TC-216 Simon Fraser University
Burnaby BC V5A 1S6
778-782-4423 (direct)
778-782-3727 (main)

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