Reprieve Media CIC Presents World Radio Day 2019 - 2019 Theme: Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace
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Wednesday 13th February 2019
Starting at Midday (GMT) and at 6PM (GMT)
REPRIEVE MEDIA CIC PRESENTS 2019 UNESCO WORLD RADIO DAY
2019 Theme: Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace
+0h 00m WORLD RADIO DAY MESSAGE
UN Secretary-General, Mr António Guterres, gats the day underway
CONVERSATION WITH DANIEL ALDRICH ON RADIO IN REDUCING VIOLENT EXTREMISM
UNESCO spoke to Dr. Daniel P. Aldrich, who is the Director of the Security and Resilience Studies Program and Professor in political science and public policy at Northeastern University in Boston.
+0h 17m MICHELLE BETZ ON RADIO IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS
UNESCO spoke to Ms. Michelle Betz, who has over 25 years of experience as a senior media development and press freedom expert, journalist and journalism educator.
+0h 28m CONVERSATION WITH MICHAL RAHFALDT ON RADIO AND YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
UNESCO spoke to Mr. Michal Rahfaldt, the Executive Director of the Children’s Radio Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to develop and support youth radio projects across Africa
+0h 43m REPRIEVE MEDIA CIC MEETS BASEMENT SNAXX
Ahead of a fundraiser this coming weekenr, Reprieve Media CIC spoke to the event host, Donz Wyatt, owner of Newcastle restaurant Basement Snaxx
+1h 23m CONVERSATION WITH MR ABRHAM TARMAT
UNESCO spoke to Mr Abrham Tarmat, the programme manager behind “Aboard Mata” , a radio series recently launched by the International Organization of Migration.
+1h 35m CONVERSATION WITH BRIGITTE ALEPIN
UNESCO spoke to Ms. Brigitte Alepin, a renowned and influential tax specialist and writer whose expertise is sought by governments, NGOs and private companies. Brigitte was trained at Harvard and then returned to the Université du Québec à Montréal. A friend told her about the magic of radio and its ability to cross borders. It was enough for her to find free time and found Radio-Dodo of which she is both the soul and the lighthouse. (Interview In French)
+1h 51m CONVERSATION WITH DAVID SMITH
UNESCO had the pleasure to talk to David Smith, a founding director of Okapi Consulting and Okapi Net, working in the domain of communications in conflict zones and fragile states.
+2h 05m CONVERSATION WITH JENNIFER BARKODY ON THE INTIMACY OF RADIO
Jennifer is the author of "Radio Okapi Kindu: The Station That Helped Bring Peace to the Congo", which honours the achievements of Radio Okapi, a radio station set up in the Democratic Republic of Congo by the U.N. and a Swiss non-governmental organization, Fondation Hirondelle
+2h 22m HOST OF RADIO ACTIVITÉ ANTOINE LALANNE-DESMET ON THE IMPORTANCE OF GIVING REFUGEES A VOICE
UNESCO had the chance to talk with Antoine Lalanne-Desmet, cultural and society journalist, at RFI (Radio France Internationale) and at RTS (Radio Télévision Suisse). He leads the Radio Activité workshops. (Interview In French)
+2h 33m REPRIEVE MEDIA CIC INTERVIEWS AUSTIN CREATES
Recorded in the Summer of 2018, meet the voluntary logo designer of Reprieve Media CIC, Clarissa Van Den Brink, owner of Netherlands based graphic designer Austin Creates
+3h 13m TOTAL ZERO HUNGER EPISODE 36
Target: Zero Hunger, an initiative from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). is a podcast about global food security. TZH 36 explores the increasingly difficultly in providing the world's growing population with food, particularly when it comes to the livestock sector.
+3h 25m COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATION (CFR PODCAST – THE PRESIDENT’S INBOX – JANUARY 30th 2019 – NEXT STEPS IN SYRIA WITH MONA YACOUBIAN
Mona Yacoubian, senior advisor for Syria, Middle East, and North Africa at the United States Institute for Peace, joins James M. Lindsay to discus the Trump administration's plans to withdraw troops from Syria.