Burkina Faso: Listen, Participate, Transform – How local radio can make a difference

A citizen being interviewed for the radio show Have you ever wondered why this one radio station is actually your favourite one? For the music it plays? Or for the news and talk shows it presents? Or maybe for this congenial moderator and his witty way of asking questions? At least, it suits your taste and reflects the reality you’re facing. Read more ›
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Palestinian Territories: Go local!

Journalism students during a training for 'Dooz'. Media in the Palestinian Territories seem to be busy with covering international and internal conflicts; local affairs do not seem to be accommodated in this daily news routine. This is where ‘Go Local!’ stepped in. The innovative initiative combined an interactive online platform with public hearings on issues of local concern, thus providing a platform of interaction and dialogue between state and society. Read more ›
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Togo: Radio at the heart of the community

Radio moderator in action for "Radio Mobile" The media provide comprehensive information on all matters of public concern, don’t they? At least if they want to be a force to be reckoned with in democratic and participatory processes. But what is the precondition for media in general and radio in particular to be able to highlight an issue from different perspectives? Right, they have to be financially independent. Read more ›
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