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La radio sujet de débat à la Radio Télévision Nationale d’Haiti (RTNH)

 

Dans cette Edition spéciale  du 13 février 2016, le présentateur Serginho Lindor a reçu dans son studio trois invités, il s'agit de Professeur Ary Régis, directeur de la Société d’Animation et de Communication Sociale (SACS) et professeur à l’Université d’État d’Haïti (UEH), M. Jeffrey Clark Lochard, spécialiste en communication à l’UNESCO ainsi que Edgard Célestin, responsable communication de la Direction de la protection Civile (DPC).

Atelier sur la communication d’urgence aux Gonaïves / Haiti

Cet atelier a été organisé par le bureau Communication et Information de la Mission des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Haiti (MINUSTAH) en collaboration avec l’UNESCO.

M. Jude Télémaque, responsable régional du Conseil National des Télécommunications (CONATEL) et M. Patrick Chérilus  responsable de communication de la DPC ont animé cet atelier.

Madagascar a célébré la Journée mondiale de la radio 2016

La célébration de la journée mondiale de la radio sous le thème « La radio en situation d’urgence et de catastrophes » à Antananarivo , a été marquée par une émission de jumelage des ondes   ainsi que par un débat sur plateau  ce jour du 13 février 2016.Initiées par la COMNAT/UNESCO,ces activités  ont vu l’intervention des hauts responsables  au sein  du Ministère de la Communication et des Relations avec les Institutions,  de la Commission Nationale malgache pour l’UNESCO, de certaines entités urgentistes et humanitaires  ainsi que de l’ordre des Journalistes malgaches.

Réalité des Radios communautaires en Haïti

Il s’agit de Imélienne Illus, responsable de production de REFRAKA (Reseau des Femmes des Radios Communautaires Haïtiennes) et coordonnatrice d’une Radio  communautaire au département du Sud (Voix Paysans du Sud) et Nostaire Occinal responsable de programmation à radio Bois-Caïman qui émet à Mole –Saint-Nicolas. Cette émission organisée en prélude à la journée mondiale de la Radio a été l’occasion de débattre sur la réalité des Radios communautaires en Haïti.  

Emission de radio / Assistance humanitaire entre volontariat et bénévolat

Dans l’édition du 10 février 2016 « Koze Devlopman » un programme hebdomadaire de la Radio, le présentateur Jacky Marc a reçu Madame, Zou Kelly Morena experte en gestion de risques et désastres à (COOPI) International, M. Daniel Georges représentant de l’association des Volontaires (MUCI) ainsi que M. Quocma Evens Chibani représentant  de l’Association Nationale des Scoutes d’Haïti  (ANSH).  

Sengerema Community Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Pangani is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Pambazuko is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Orkonorei FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Mtegani FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Micheweni Community Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Kyela FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Kahama FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

FADECO Community Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

la vie locale

 La radio est un moyen de communication à faible coût, particulièrement adapté pour toucher les communautés isolées et les personnes vulnérables (les analphabètes, les handicapés, les femmes, les jeunes, les pauvres), et qui donne à tous, quelque soit le niveau d’instruction, la possibilité de participer au débat public. La radio joue aussi un rôle central dans les systèmes de communication d’urgence et l’organisation des secours après une catastrophe.

La radio salva vidas, y ayuda a salvarlas

En este programa, dialogamos con cinco referentes sociales de la ciudad de Nueva Palmira, que han participado y participan salvando vidas, en situaciones de emergencia y lograron estas cosas gracias a medios de comunicación, normalmente la radio.

El programa fue conducido Beatriz Laclau, Rosa Almeida, Cristina Adrover, Cecilia Gómez, Facundo Buenahora, Heraldo Vico y Nano González.

Entrevistados:

Día Mundial de la Radio -Fri, 19. 2. 2016 - 10:00

Tenemos entusiasmo y buenas intenciones de formar parte de la enorme comunidad de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas, a través de nuestro medio de comunicación radial: Radio Impacto FM 98.5 Cafayate, y de nuestro diario online de noticias, diariocafayate.com.

Es por eso que nos ponemos a su disposición para a través de la radio podamos trabajar de forma integral, abordando los intereses, necesidades y urgencias de nuestra población, y privilengiando la cultura, salud, educación e igualdad social.

Sin otro particular, los saluda a Uds. atentamente, desde Cafayate

保定无线电管理局携各设台单位和业余无线电爱好者共庆“世界无线电日”

今年2月13日是第五个“世界无线电日”。保定无线电管理局携各设台单位和业余无线电爱好者,在保定师范附属学校开展“世界无线电日”纪念活动。

2013年1月14日,联合国大会正式批准联合国教科文组织世界无线电日的决议。第67届联合国大会期间通过了联合国教科文组织第36届大会宣布的将2月13日(联合国电台于1946年这一天成立)作为世界无线电日的决定。设立世界无线电日旨在宣传无线电作为通信载体,在促进教育发展、信息传播以及自然灾害中重大信息发布等方面所发挥的重要作用。

今年,为了能让该纪念活动更加丰富多彩,保定无线电管理局将业余无线电爱好者共同纳入到活动中。对其进行集中培训,主要讲授无线电法律法规和业余爱好者操作指南等相关知识,并在培训后集中发放了《A类业余无线电操作证书》。

在保定师范附属学校的操场上,业余爱好者架设好天线展示了如何通联外地的无线电爱好者,中国移动、电信、联通、保定电视台等多家单位共同参加了庆祝活动。

Galaradio

Se transmitirá un programa de radio "Galaradio" con Daniel Galaviz a partir de las 3 p.m por la frecuencia 101.1 40 principales en Ensenada b.c México hablando principalmente en el marco del día mundial de la radio 2016 sobre el impacto social de la radio y el derecho a la información defendido y procurado por el mismo medio.

Más familias edificadas en la Palabra de Dios

Producimos y difundimos programas de carácter social, que propendan por el desarrollo sostenible,   la   defensa   de   los   derechos humanos,   la   paz   y   la   democracia participativa,  teniendo  como  base  la  edificación  de  las  familias  a  través del mensaje   cristocéntrico,   en   la   búsqueda   del 
fortalecimiento   de   los   valores humanos, ambiéntales, culturales,  educativos,  deportivos,  y  organizativos  como parte fundamental en la sociedad.

DÍA MUNDIAL DE LA RADIO

 

Con el fin de recalcar la importancia de la Radio en el entorno social, el 19 de Febrero se darán cita los alumnos de segundos semestres de bachiller y primero, segundo y tercer año de secundaria para dar vida, bajo un guión radiofónico a una práctica radiofónica titulada "Radio Hidalgo", bajo la producción estelar de las Profesoras Laura Virginia Pérez Baeza e Isabel Campos Benito. Contaremos con: 

- Especialistas en Temas de Cultura

- Espacios publicitarios para patrocinadores

- Capsulas informativas

- Una Radionovela

Radio CTC salva vidas en tiempo de desastres

Radio CTC es una red de emisoras comunitarias con presencia nacional en comunidades en proceso de desarrollo de República Dominicana, forma parte de los Centros Tecnológicos Comunitarios (CTC), ente generador de desarrollo social en el país a través de la promoción, capacitación y uso de la tecnología, CTC a su vez forma parte del Gabinete de Coordinación de Políticas Sociales dirigido desde Vicepresidencia de la República.

Naissance de RJ'M , web radio d'une école en REP à Villefranche sur Saône

Dans un quartier où le climat social et scolaire est difficile, la web radio scolaire qui vient de naitre permet aux élèves :

- de mieux interroger le monde autour d'eux

- de travailler leur expression orale pour mieux s'intégrer dans la société

- de créer du lien avec les familles et le quartier

 

Entrevista a comunicadores sociales en el marco del Día Mundial de la Radio

En el marco de esta celebración la Escuela Superior de Comunicación Social del Consejo de Educación Técnico Profesional - Universidad del Trabajo del Uruguay adhiere realizando y compartiendo entrevistas a profesionales jóvenes egresados de la escuela insertos en los medios.

 

http://www.ecs.edu.uy/portal/component/k2/item/199-dia-mundial-de-la-radio-2016.html

Live Special Radio Show (90's at 9) on impact and theme of World Radio Day 2016

The World Radio Day is celebrated worldwide and Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India's All India Radio Section of FM 100.7 Mghz knows it best. Tonight's show from 9 PM IST to 10 PM will have information about today's theme based World Radio Day and the importance of Radio everywhere. Communities touched worldwide with the power of radio and emergency situations require radio as the first responder. The show will be hosted by RJ Shivashish Sinha of 100.7 FM Rainbow Facade and under the leadership of Program Executive Mrs. Madhulika Srivastava.

génocide Rwandais

A travers cet ouvrage, elle nous fait  « traverser toute l’étendue de l’orgie génocidaire et perce à jour de troublantes vérités ».

Adélaïde Mukantabana est invitée également à présenter son livre à Genève  le 9 avril 2016.

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Vuelvo al Sur Radio

Somos un programa de conversación desde el pensamiento social  y las artes. Rescatamos la identidad de las comunidades y sus gestores. Transmitimos desde nuestros estudios en el Parque Cultural de Valparaíso para Valparaíso, Calama, Antofagasta, Canela, San Fernando, Coyhaique & Puerto Natales en Chile; para Buenos Aires & La Pampa en Argentina; y para Estocolmo en Suecia, tanto en FM como On Line. Dirigido y producido por el escritor Fesal Chain, junto al pintor Gonzalo Ilabaca, subdirector y panelista estable.

Concert: A fleur de peux

« Aller sur la lune, ce n’est pas si loin. Le voyage le plus lointain, c’est à l’intérieur de soi-même. » Anaïs Nin

« A Fleur de peau » est un éloge de la sensualité conjugué entre le chant, le piano et la danse. Ce spectacle lyrique résulte de l’envie des artistes de vous emmener avec complicité et naturel en voyage. Un voyage à fleur de peau, à la rencontre de leur sensualité.

Radio Saves LIves

On the occasion of World Radio Day, commemorated universally on 13 February 2016, the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, said that for people in shattered societies, or caught in catastrophe, radio brings lifesaving information.  To commemorate de day, UNAMID’s Communications and Public Information Section (CPIS), distributed dozens of wind-up radios to Darfuris. Photo by Hamid Abdulsalam,UNAMID

 

 

Hania Sailing Club & JOY radio celebrates WORLD RADIO DAY

#WorldRadioDay
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★ Ο Ιστιοπλοϊκός Όμιλος Χανίων & ο JOY radio γιορτάζουν την Παγκόσμια Ημέρα Ραδιοφώνου ...

★ Το Σάββατο 13 Φεβρουαρίου, Παγκόσμια Ημέρα Ραδιοφώνου JOY μουσικές θα πλημμυρίσουν το Νεώριο Μόρο Lounge Cafe από τις 12 το μεσημέρι μέχρι αργά το βράδυ.

Italwebradio: in diretta i temi della Giornata Mondiale della Radio 2016

Italwebradio in diretta dalle 10:00, il 13 febbraio 2016 con il messaggio della direttrice dell'UNESCO Irina Bokova e del segretario generale dell'ONU Ban Ki-Moon. A seguire notizie sulla giornata, collegamenti con Radio Toscana a Firenze, Radio Capodistria, interviste per strada e ripresa dei programmi realizzati da Italradio per la Giornata.  Alle 17 Giorgio Marsiglio e Paolo Morandotti parlano di onde medie ai privati, radio di prossimità, salvezza in caso di disastri.  

http://it.1000mikes.com/show/italradio

Radio Saves LIves

UNAMID Radio has distributed 4,200 Radio handsets to the people in Darfur because Radio Saves lives

 

The Caption

 To commemorate the day, UNAMID’s Communications and Public Information Section (CPIS), distributed dozens of wind-up radios to Darfuris. Photo by hamid Abdulsalam ,UNAMID

Commemoration of the United Nations World No-Tobacco Day/ANUNSA Induction Ceremony/ ANUNSA Alumni Reunion/ ANUNSA Handing over Ceremony/ Certificates and Awards Night.

Different activities by the UN affiliated student organization would hold all the mentioned program after having carried out a campaign on No-tobacco. A lecture to buttress on the disadvantage of taking tobacco shall also be given.

Youth Moral Disaster in Indonesia

In the era of globalization, many aspects of human life that is increasingly renewable with the effects of good and bad. Globalization is causing a shift in the pattern of community life, and change the values that emerge from the history of being materialistic things. As a result with such ease the negative impact of entry affects Indonesia society. The things that we feel with increased flow changes due to globalization dragging many negative facts appears in society, particularly in teenagers. The next generation of the nation is polluted with bad influences beyond the materialistic

Especial YFU Radio - Hacé Del Mundo Tu Hogar a través de la Radio

***EMISIÓN ESPECIAL***

A pesar de su corta edad, el programa "Radio YFU" de YFU Argentina -todavía sin nombre oficial-, mañana transmitirá una EMISIÓN ESPECIAL en honor al Día Mundial de la Radio, con la participación especial de muchos estudiantes de intercambio y voluntarios.

Nuevas generaciones ¿Cómo conviven con la radio? ¿Cómo recordar su importancia en la vida social? Miradas de jóvenes, extranjeros y argentinos, para honrar el Día Mundial de la Radio.

Fonoplatea abierta de Radio Vilardevoz por el Día Mundial de la Radio.

 

 

 

Radio Vilardevoz comenzó a funcionar en noviembre de 1997 y fruto del esfuerzo colectivo sigue funcionando hasta la fecha. El mismo se sostiene sobre tres pilares fundamentales: La Participación, la Comunicación y la Salud mental.

Cabe señalar que Vilardevoz es un proyecto en constante producción y rediseño apoyándose en los propios espacios de discusión y análisis que existen, tanto a nivel del equipo técnico como del colectivo en general, que se reúne para la discusión permanente de los tópicos principales.

Fonoplatea abierta de Radio Vilardevoz por el Día Mundial de la Radio.

 

 

 

Radio Vilardevoz (1997) es una radio comunitaria que funciona de forma totalmente autónoma dentro del Hospital Psiquiátrico Vilardebó (Montevideo, Uruguay). Vilardevoz es miembro de AMARC Uruguay.

Cabe señalar que Vilardevoz es un proyecto en constante producción y rediseño apoyándose en los propios espacios de discusión y análisis que existen, tanto a nivel del equipo técnico como del colectivo en general, que se reúne para la discusión permanente de los tópicos principales.

Edición especial del programa.

Haremos una Edición Especial, en la cual las personas mayores de 60 años, relatarán lo que ha significado la Radio en sus vidas en tiempo de crisis y lo que represen en la actualidad.

Vivir Plenamente es un programa que lleva 9 años en el aire, dedicado a revalorizar a  nuestros mayores en el seno familiar y en la sociedad.

Radio Mangle en las celebraciones del Día Mundial de la Radio 2016

Para Día Mundial de la Radio, este 13 de febrero, estamos produciendo una serie de podcasts haciendo énfasis en la relación entre la radio y los desastres naturales. Queremos que nos ayuden a demostrar cómo la radio está presente en nuestras vidas, que la escuchamos y confiamos en su poder para difundir las problemáticas ambientales y los desastres naturales: desde aquellos casos provocados por el hombre, hasta las emergencias cada vez más frecuentes producto del cambio climático.

La radio y las emergencias

La UNESCO conmemora el 13 de febrero el Día Mundial de la Radio. En 2016 el eje es “la radio como medio de salvación en catástrofes y emergencias”. En este marco, FM 106.9 la radio de la Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego, se suma a las actividades internacionales para conmemorar al medio de comunicación más efectivo, accesible, gratuito, polifónico e inmediato: La radio, que desempeña un papel clave en la prevención y la mitigación de desastres y en la reducción de sus consecuencias sobre la población.

“Una hora de Cambio”

Mediante el programa denominado “Una hora de cambio” se pretende generar mayor grado de sensibilidad a los pobladores  acerca de la importancia de la radio como herramienta de información. Se hará especial énfasis en las situaciones de emergencia.

University of Calgary amateur radio club inauguration

we are inaugurating the amateur radio club at the University of Calgary

students at the unviersity will participate at this ceremony, guest speakers will talk about the benefits of being a amateur radio operator and the humanitarian outcomes.

A special thanks to IEEE SIGHT southern alberta and Schulich School of engineering for funding this event 

La situation d'urgence ou de catastrophe ne doit jamais compromettre la liberté d'expression et de la sécurité des journalistes

SCENARIO POUR LA JOURNEE MONDIALE DE LA RADIO

 13 FEVRIER

Le débat vise :

Ø Analyser le rôle que nos radios ont été dans des situations d'urgence et des catastrophes naturelles, par exemple, dans la dernière éruption volcanique sur l'île de Fogo, dans les tempêtes « Fred » etc.

Ø Donner notre contribution et notre élan positif sur ce sujet ;

Ø Savoir si nos radios sont préparés et formés pour les situations d'urgence et des catastrophes naturelles dans le but supérieur de sauver des vies.

Radio for Good : Radiophoria awards

WORLD RADIO DAY 2016, in collaboration with RADIOPHORIA, is looking for 30” radio scripts that raise awareness of the significant role radio plays outside of entertainment. In moments of need, radio can help to save lives.

How does #radiosaveslives?

Information and communication is urgently needed during any humanitarian crises, from natural disasters to armed conflicts, and can be life-saving to those affected.

Semaine de la radio sur MINUSTAH FM

Il s'agit de réaliser des émissions spéciales du 8 au 13 février à l'antenne de MINUSTAH FM. Le contenu de ces émissions se sont concentrées sur le rôle et responsabilité de la radio en situation d'urgence et de catastrophe en Haiti. Ont participé à ces émissions, les responsables de Communication de la Direction de la Protection Civile (DPC), de l'UNESCO et représentants des organisations humanitaires.

Zambezi FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Lyambai is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Publique Africaine celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Mkushi Community Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Ijwi ry’Umukenyezi celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Iso-Community Radio

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio CCIB FM+ celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Breeze FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Mama FM celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Ohangwena Community Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Apac celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Speak FM celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Nakaseke Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Celebration of the 65th anniversary of the first Voice of America broadcast in Lithuanian language.

The event is dedicated to celebrate the first Voice of America broadcast in Lithuanian language aired on February 16, 1951. These daily programs brought news from all over the world and of the Lithuanian resistance, the words of Lithuanian diplomats in exile, prayers from Lithuanian priests as well as jazz music. But above all they brought hope for independence during long years of Soviet occupation.

Radio Fadhila celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Live FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Dodoma FM Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Base FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Tumbatu island community radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

!ah Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Loliondo Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Valley FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Izuba Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Ishingiro Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Radio Riverside is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Atlantis is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Isangano celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents.

Jozi FM is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Bush Radio tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Mafeteng Radio is tuned into WRD 2016

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

Radio Huguka celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Koch FM celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Baliti FM celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Sauti FM celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Mwanedu Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Mug'ambo Jwetu Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Mangelete Radio celebrates World Radio Day

This project aims to bridge the gap between poor people - especially women and girls - and the public debate on issues of local public concern, including in emergency situations. This is achieved through a series of capacity-building activities in local radio stations, improving the programming quality, providing training on the use of ICTs and helping them to increase their geographical range of news coverage with a network of correspondents. The project, furthermore, focus on gender equality actions and financial sustainability of the radio stations.

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Programa en Radio Columbia " La radio en tiempos de desastre y emergencia"

Celebraremos el Día Mundial de la Radio 2016 con un programa de una hora en Radio Columbia, donde se tratará como tema principal "La radio en tiempos de desastre y emergencia", haciendo especial énfasis en la inclusión, protección y atención de las personas con discapacidad en las emergencias y desastres . 

Asistirán al programa de la periodista Adriana Solano, Astrid Hollander, Oficial a Cargo de UNESCO para Centroamérica, Gerardo Quirós, experto de UNDP, y Rigoberto Astorga en representación de UNICEF.

 

"Radio Radiosa" transmits messages of peace

"Comitato Promotore Club UNESCO Matera" will celebrate the UNESCO World Day of Radio, convened for 13 February. For the occasion "Radio Radiosa", leading issuer in Basilicata since 1998 , will broadcast every hour commercials with messages on peace selected among the most evocative writers of Italian literature and not only : Dante Alighieri, Ungaretti , Neruda , Gandhi , Rodari , Mandela , Don Tonino Bello , Pope Benedict XVI , Martin Luther King , Sorek. We believe that radio has social impact, it represents a bridge to built peace and it's the means of communication more accessible. 

Celebración día mundial de la radio

La Emisora Universitaria pretende ser una propuesta comunicativa de carácter cultural y de participación ciudadana, donde tienen cabida las diferentes expresiones de diversidad étnica y cultural, la opinión desde el ser y pensar diferente, las aspiraciones de cambio social y cultural promoviendo formación de públicos y compromisos de organización y lucha en favor de la justicia social, la libertad, la democracia, la autonomía universitaria y los valores civiles y culturales.

Em Conta especial pelo Dia Mundial do Rádio

This a free radio program, about economy for the people without financial education. The name: Em Conta - a economia que você entende. Every day, in the shor waves of Rádio Nacional da Amazônia. And for a public use, every time, in our page in internet. Portal da Rádios da EBC. http://radios.ebc.com.br/em-conta And me, Eduardo Mamcasz, I'm a editor and producer and an old brazilian journalist. Thank you.

How radio has influenced the development of sports

As the radio station established by the nation's primiere university(University of Ghana), radio univers seeks to have an intellectual appeal on our listeners. The sports express show for 13th February, 2016  is dedicated to appreciating the role of radio in our communities and the contribution of the United Nations in making it possible as well as the future for radio in Ghana.

This also includes the limitations, prospects and opportunities that radio presents to all.

Radio Bangu celebrates World Radio Day

The UNESCO project "Empowering Local Radio with ICTs" builds the capacity of 59 local radios in 10 African countries. Its overall goal is to improve the lives of the poor, especially women and girls, by raising local radio stations' quality programming. Mirta Lourenço, Chief of the Section for Media Development at UNESCO, says "UNESCO helps local radios acquire ICT skills, achieve an increased range of local news coverage as well as gender equality and financial sustainability". 

Contest CQWW WPX RTTY

 

 

Benvolguts Socis,

 

En motiu del Dia Mundial de la Ràdio, us proposem de passar el cap de setmana del 13 i 14 de febrer, tots junts a les nostres instal·lacions de Naturlandia, i commemorar aquest dia fent allò que ens agrada, RÀDIO.

 

Tenim  previst, i, a demanda d’algun Soci, de participar per primer cop al “Contest CQWW WPX RTTY”, en la modalitat de Multy-One (un transmissor – multioperador)

émission spéciale des radios associatives Languedoc Roussillon Midi Pyrénées

Les radios Associatives Non Commerciales du Languedoc Roussillon Midi Pyrenées ont réalisé une émission spéciale à l'occasion de la journée mondiale de la radio. Composée de témoignages d'auditeurs, de bénévoles, de salariés, de présidents, d'élus...qui tenteront d'expliquer ce qu'est une radio locale associative et ce que cela implique pour chacun d'entre eux.

 

World Radio Day

World Radio Day message from dept. of Physics of Batumi State University about Radio which is the most widespread medium in many of the countries.   It is a central tool of  approach, using it to promote peace, raise awareness, inspire change, and shatter isolation with voices of hope.
 

Journée Mondiale de la radio- émission spéciale

La Journée Mondiale de la Radio est le premier événement pour lequel l'ARRA (Assemblée Régionale des Radios Associatives Languedoc-Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées) et ses radios organisent des actions communes sur l'ensemble du territoire régional. Ces actions se retrouveront naturellement sur les ondes des radios associatives.
Cette émission spéciale s'intègre dans ce cadre.

Nuestras voces hacen la radio

Educa Radio viaja a las comunidades del país. Está en las calles. Está con los niños, con las madres, con los jóvenes. Creamos un espacio para que la ciudadanía ecuatoriana pueda expresarse y contarnos de su entorno, sus tradiciones, sus inquietudes, de lo que les gusta. Recupera  las tradiciones y leyendas, cumple con la responsabilidad social de informar, estimula el aprendizaje y fortalece la memoria, la identidad y la cultura ecuatoriana a través de la voz de la ciudadanía.

Two Records Acapulco 2016

Two Records Acapulco es una propuesta innovadora de realizar dos eventos de record Guinness internacionales durante un fin de semana en el puerto de Acapulco, mediante el cual realizaremos un homenaje a uno de los  medios de comunicación que más éxito han tenido en la historia de la humanidad, precursora de la televisión y de las comunicaciones a grandes masas en tiempo real.

World Radio Day Talk Show (Special Programme): Radio In Times of Emergency and Disaster

Special programme in conjunction with World Radio Day 2016 run by Radio Rupublik Indonesia (RRI). The topic of the 90-minute programme will center on the disasters in Indonesia and the use of radio in trauma-healing in post-disaster situation. There will also be a section on disaster management using information system and radio. Guests for the programme includes National Agency of Disaster Management, Ministry of Social Welfare of Indonesia, Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) and UNESCO.

Dia Mundial de la Radio

El equipo que conforma Radio RBC 104.7 fm , emitirá durante su programación del 13 de febrero del 2016,  piezas sonoras ;

- cápsulas,

- testimonios, 

- y además se difundirán los spots que el Centro de Producciones Radiofónicas  (CPR) ha elaborado en alianza con la UNESCO. 

 

Entrevista en Programa “Estación 103”

A nivel mundial y nacional (y también regional y local) las emergencias y desastres vienen siendo cada vez mayores, debido a múltiples factores como el Cambio Climático, el crecimiento poco organizado y no ordenado de las ciudades, y el mayor o menor conocimiento desde las instituciones de estado, gobernantes y tomadores de decisiones, así como el involucramiento de la comunidad en los procesos de prevención, corrección, preparación, respuesta y Rehabilitación ante Emergencias y desastres.

Día Internacional de la Radio-UNESCO en México

Programa especial sobre el Día Internacional de la Radio en la Primera Emisión de Enfoque Noticias, de Núcleo Radiomil. En el programa, se transmitirá el mensaje de la Directora General de la UNESCO, Irina Bokova, y se entrevistará a la Sra. Nuria Sanz, Directora y Representante de la Oficina de la UNESCO en México, quien hablará de la radio en situaciones de emergencia. También se entrevistará al Sr. Ricardo Salas, Titular del Departamento de Seguridad de Naciones Unidas.

Fonoplatea abierta de Radio Vilardevoz por el Día Mundial de la Radio.

Para celebrar el #DíaMundialDeLaRadio, Radio Vilardevoz te invita a participar de su fonoplatea abierta, con invitados y programas especiales sobre  #LaRadioEnTiemposDeEmergenciayDesastre y #La radio empodera a sobrevivientes y personas vulnerables.

Fonoplatea abierta de 9.30 a 13.00 hs/ Dirección: Millán 2515- Montevideo.

Escuchas a través de: www.vilardevoz.org

 

Día Mundial de la radio 2016:

La radio fue y ha sido el medio de difusión de noticias por excelencia;  en casos de desastres naturales y  contingencias  ha sido llamada a socorrer a los ciudadanos. La función formativa de la radio es  ampliamente reconocida 

En tiempo de paz,la radio es una tribuna abierta al encuentro con el  legado histórico de los pueblos.

La informacion oportuna y la difusion de la agenda cultura es un derecho del ciudadano.

Programa especial para conmemorar el Día Mundial de la Radio

En el programa Ronda por la Infancia entrevistaremos a Andrea Harman, Coordinadora del Sector de Comunicación e Información Pública de la Oficina de UNESCO en Lima. Conversaremos con ella sobre el Día Mundial de la Radio y el importante papel que cumple este medio de comunicación en situaciones de emergencia y desastre, así como en la protección de los grupos vulnerables, entre ellos los niños.

Emission spéciale de l'Assemblée Régionale des Radios Associatives Languedoc-Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées consacrée à la journée mondiale de la radio et aux radios associatives en général

Les radios de l'Aveyron, du Tarn et de la Lozère enregistreront à Mende une émission le Mercredi 10 Février 2016 à 16h
avec des témoignages d'auditeurs, de bénévoles, de professionnels, d'élus…
Des focus sur les radios dans le monde et dans les pays en guerre ou en crise seront proposés en lien avec le thème de la journée mondiale et les radios associatives seront également à l'honneur avec plusieurs interviews.

Emission produite par 48 FM en partenariat avec Radio Bartas, Radio Margeride, Radio Lacaune, Radio Temps Rodez.

Programa especial de Radio Comunitaria La Voz del Santuario FM 93.5 - Paraguay

Desde el día 11 de febrero, Radio La Voz del Santuario se encuentra transmitiendo los mensajes de la UNESCO en el marco del Día Mundial de la Radio. El día 14 de febrero la Radio realizará salidas específicas sobre el rol de la radio comunitaria en la sociedad Paraguaya y su ayuda a las personas en momentos y situaciones de vulnerabilidad.

Radio Uruguay celebra el Dia Mundial de la Radio

Radio Uruguay es la radio de la palabra, la información y el periodismo, en todos sus géneros y contenidos. Se orienta a desarrollar una mirada nacional y descentralizada, apostando al ejercicio honesto y exigente de la comunicación profesional. Procura convertirse en una referencia en el medio radial uruguayo.

Todas las Emisoras de Radiodifusion Nacional Uruguay se suman a esta movilizacion global:  participarán del Día Mundial de la radio haciendo una mención en las características de sus emisoras y una breve reseña historíca de dicha fecha.

Journée Mondiale de la Radio Emission spéciale ARRA

La Journée Mondiale de la Radio est le premier événement pour lequel l'ARRA (Assemblée Régionale des Radios Associatives Languedoc-Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées) et ses radios organisent des actions communes sur l'ensemble du territoire régional. Ces actions se retrouveront naturellement sur les ondes des radios associatives.
Cette émission spéciale s'intègre dans ce cadre.

El Dia Mundial de la Radio por Emisora del Sur

Todas las Emisoras de Radiodifusion Nacional Uruguay se suman a esta movilizacion global:  participarán del Día Mundial de la radio haciendo una mención en las características de sus emisoras y una breve reseña historíca de dicha fecha.

Emisora del Sur también se puede escuchar a través de sus repetidoras: en Rocha, Chuy, Melo , Rivera.
RNU Radiodifusión Nacional del Uruguay con sus repetidoras en el interior del país permitirá que hayan muchas voces sumandose al Dia Mundial de la Radio desde Uruguay.

 

 

Babel FM celebra el Dia Mundial de la Radio

Todas las Emisoras de Radiodifusion Nacional Uruguay se suman a esta movilizacion global:  participarán del Día Mundial de la radio haciendo una mención en las características de sus emisoras y una breve reseña historíca de dicha fecha.

RNU Radiodifusión Nacional del Uruguay con sus repetidoras en el interior del país permitirá que hayan muchas voces sumandose al Dia Mundial de la Radio desde Uruguay.

 

Taula rodona: "La ràdio en temps de desastre i emergència"

A través de diferents persones de l'Administració catalana, del món universitari i educatiu, de periodistes, tractarem el paper de la ràdio em moments de desastre i emergència.

La taula rodona és organitzada per la FCACU, el Gabient Tècnic de Comunicació, l'associació UNESCO de St. Adrià de Besòs i Ràdio La Mina de  St. Adrià

RADIOCCO: Emitiendo progresos colegiales

Se inicia la práctica de RADIOCCO, donde se emitirá en streaming los trabajos orales, grabaciones, canciones, trabajos digitales, etc. de los alumnos del colegio “Los Boscos” de Logroño. Serán varios las temáticas, así como los idiomas. El porque? para demostrar que la Radio sigue siendo un medio de emisión con libertad y que los alumnos se sientan libres en las ondas para mostrar sus trabajos.

Es importante que los alumnos conozcan el impacto social de las emisiones de Radio así como que la radio es provveedora de información.

Aquí, allá y en todas partes

Radio Gladys Palmera es una emisora digital especializada en músicas latinas y world music. Este proyecto es una iniciativa personal de la filántropa y coleccionista española de música afrocubana Alejandra Fierro. 

La acción que pensamos llevar a cabo para el Día Mundial de la Radio consiste en:

1.- Un artículo editorial donde desarrollamos nuestra preocupación por la falta de medios en países de vías de desarrollo para acceder a la tecnología de la comunicación.

2.- Hashtag en redes social durante los días 13 y 14 de febrero #radiosalvavidas

 

 

RAABTA

Radio Show "Rabta"(meaning ‘Contact’) in Urdu language at Radio Pakistan Islamabad. The purpose of this live programme is to raise awareness among the society related to public, Social  and developmental issues. The programme will help to highlight the profile of the organization in the community.  This  live show is dedicated to communicating information that inspires positive growth and change. Our goal is an increased awareness and healing on an individual and planetary level.

Radio Patrin Amari Zor

Radio Patrin has been addressing one of most vulnerable and a biggest minority in Europe. We speak in Romani and other languages and English too. Romani people has voice in their own language, it is big part of radio Patrin to bring freedom of speech to our people. Many Romani communities members suffering from inequalities, discrimination and poverty, school segregation... we are going to celebrate the World Day of Radio. Having Radio Patrin , the Roma and their voices confirm that anyone all HUMAN has their own and right for  place.

Kimvuka na Lutondo celebrates World Radio Day

The UNESCO project "Empowering Local Radio with ICTs" builds the capacity of 59 local radios in 10 African countries. Its overall goal is to improve the lives of the poor, especially women and girls, by raising local radio stations' quality programming. Mirta Lourenço, Chief of the Section for Media Development at UNESCO, says "UNESCO helps local radios acquire ICT skills, achieve an increased range of local news coverage as well as gender equality and financial sustainability". 

Amari Zor Amaro Radio

Radio Patrin has been addressing one of most vulnerable and a biggest minority in Europe. We speak in Romani and other languages and English too. Romani people has voice in their own language, i