Call for applications for Training Workshop for Women Community
Broadcasters, 19-22, January 2013, New Delhi
AMARC Asia Pacific, Community Radio Forum of India and the UNESCO Chair
on Community Media are jointly organising a training workshop for Women
Community Radio Broadcasters of South Asia from 19-22 January 2013 in New
Delhi, India. The objective of the workshop is to impart knowledge,
conceptual clarity as well as practical and technical skills to enhance
capacity of the participants for producing effective radio programs on
issues and subjects related to climate change adaptation, food security,
disaster risk reduction, poverty reduction, empowering of the
marginalized, conflict resolution, peace-building, and promoting positive
social change at local community levels.
Interested women community radio broadcasters working in Afghanistan,
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka are
invited to apply for participating in the training workshop by filling in
the [...] application form. For further information about the workshop,
please visit: http://ap.amarc.org/node/51
Who can participate?
Capacity Building Training for Women Community Radio Broadcasters of South
Asia welcomes participation of women radio broadcasters from Afghanistan,
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Participants will be given the opportunity to enhance their skills and be
able to go back to their community and pass on the knowledge and skills
acquired to their colleagues. Participants will be selected on the basis
of their proven ability to lead and train others. Registration is open at:
For further information, please contact: email@example.com
via/ thanks to: _______________
AMARC Asia Pacific
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