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Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
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The Community Radio Support Scheme aims to achieve following objectives:

To strengthen new and existing CR Stations with resources, capacity and technology so that they could provide access and voice to marginalized communities. (ii) To promote growth of CRS, especially in remote and rural areas, so that people living in these areas could have access to a meaningful medium of broadcast (iii) To promote socio-economic and cultural development of communities as CRS is a powerful medium for social mobilization


Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
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As a part of the 12th five year plan and under the scheme 'Supporting Community Radio Movement in India', a technical committee submitted its report to shortlist the essential equipment and lay down their specifications.


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The Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy believes America is at a critical juncture in the history of communications. Information technology is changing our lives in ways that we cannot easily foresee. As dramatic as the impacts have been already, they are just beginning.

The digital age is creating an information and communications renaissance. But it is not serving all Americans and their local communities equally. It is
not yet serving democracy fully. How we react, individually and collectively, to this democratic shortfall will affect the quality of our lives and the very nature of our communities.


International Federation of Journalists, 2009
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This handbook is a timely, illustrated and easy-to-read guide and resource material for journalists. It evolved primarily out of a desire to equip all journalists with more information and understanding of gender issues in their work. It is addressed to media organisations, professional associations and journalists’ unions seeking to contribute to the goal of gender equality.

This booklet gives added argument and dynamism to a campaign that should be taken up in very newsroom, every media house and every union meeting. Journalism has its roots in the fight for decency, progress and rights for all. It will honour its tradition and reinvigorate the profession when the ideas, guidelines and advice in these pages are put into practice. UNESCO, jointly with its partners, invites journalists to use this handbook to become better informed when dealing with gender issues in the media sphere.


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Community-based adaptation is targeted at those most vulnerable to climate change and represents a relatively new approach consisting of community-based development activities, practices, research and policies. It is community-driven and has flourished throughout many vulnerable communities in developing countries, and also some developed countries.
It was in response to these challenges that the annual international conferences on CBA were initiated. Each conference has brought together stakeholders from donor agencies to local NGOs to share their projects and experiences, compare approaches and even challenge one another.


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This publication invites you to think outside the box. It takes you on a journey to explore the practical linkages between climate change, access to and sharing of information and knowledge, communication for development and ICTs in general. More specifically, it considers how everyday information and communication tools such as radios, mobile phones, personal computers, the internet and interactive media can help reduce the risks of climate change faced by the most vulnerable segments of the global village through providing access to and the sharing of timely information and critical knowledge.


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Ann Kite Yo Pale is a book which tried to accumulate every aspects of the earthquake, their consequences and the use of communication in dealing with them. It shows the importance of effective communication in operational success. People can easily get acquainted to the emergency respond to the earthquake. It deals with the problems which are faced very frequently by a major part of the population. It is very useful and effective when it comes to the organizational management to respond to the natural calamities and their dire consequences.


UNESCO, 2014
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Linking Generations through Radio – is an open access document, which is inspired by children and youth who make up one-third of the world’s population. The majority may listen to radio but the likelihood they are invited to regularly produce interviews and programmes, express their information needs or their opinions about productions made for them is very low. Radio reaches over 95 per cent of people worldwide and several radio stations in Africa have more than a million listeners each. One of the benefits of community radio is that it reaches a wide range of people and addresses the realities of local life. Community radio often speaks in languages ignored by mainstream media and shares vital information with hard-to-reach audiences.

Source: UNESCO


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