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OneWorld Foundation India, a leading community media and ICT4D organisation in partnership with the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, is organising a series of state level consultation workshops for promoting Community Radio among civil society organisations and educational institutions.

The three-day interactive workshop is designed to demystify and create awareness about the Community Radio movement, and to motivate and prepare the participants to apply for licences. The workshop will discuss in detail about the principles, licensing process, management, financial, technology and capacity building aspects of Community Radio.

The consultation aims to support the efforts of establishing thousands of CR stations and becoming the world's largest broadcasting network. The specific objectives of the workshop are:

  • To propagate and demystify the Community Radio Policy and its process
  • To generate awareness among the potential applicants and stake holders
  • To motivate the potential civil society organisations and other eligible organisations to apply for the license to operate CR Stations
  • To explain and demonstrate the online application process and making the "serious" and "eligible" applicants to apply online
  • To provide an overview on the process of capacity building, content generation, technology, management, ownership and sustainability of CR station
  • To have serious and eligible applicants from the region where the foot print of CR stations is less

If you want to participate in one of these workshops, please go to the Workshop Locations and click on the workshop location where you want to participate. You may also write to crconsultations@oneworld.net

  • To propagate and demystify the Community Radio Policy and its process
  • To generate awareness among the potential applicants and stake holders
  • To motivate the potential civil society organisations and other eligible organisations to apply for the license to operate CR Stations
  • To explain and demonstrate the online application process and making the "serious" and "eligible" applicants to apply online
  • To provide an overview on the process of capacity building, content generation, technology, management, ownership and sustainability of CR station
  • To have serious and eligible applicants from the region where the foot print of CR stations is less
CR Consultation