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20-12-2007 (New Delhi) - This collection of case studies on the Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs) in Nepal is intended to showcase the interesting and diverse growth of this initiative in spite of conflict and the lack of community radio regulation in the country. More

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10-12-2007 (Kuala Lumpur) - UNESCO will actively participate in the Third Global Knowledge Conference (GK3) from 11 to 13 December 2007 and its parallel events and exhibits. It will set up an onsite Community Multimedia Centre (CMC) and an exhibition promoting the concept of CMC in building knowledge societies at Kuala Lumpur Conventional Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More

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14-11-2007 (Kothmale) - eTUKTUK, a mobile telecentre/radio broadcasting unit that currently operates out of the Kothmale Community Multimedia Centre (CMC) in Sri Lanka, has made its way to the final round of the Stockholm Challenge GKP Awards. The winner will be announced during GK3, Third Global Knowledge Conference taking place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 11 to 13 December 2007. More

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12-09-2007 (Addis Ababa) - UNESCO's Addis Ababa Office in concert with SCC Ltd, a communications firm, will be organizing a 1-week multimedia training workshop in Addis Ababa for rural Community multimedia centers (CMCs) in Ethiopia. More

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24-08-2007 (Maputo) - The Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information of UNESCO, Mr Abdul Waheed Khan, visited Mozambique 22 and 23 August. More

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14-08-2007 (Nepal) - The role of community media in Nepal is emerging as one of the key factors in the country's transition to a Democratic Republic. More

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08-08-2007 (New Delhi) - "From access to engagement: community access centres" is the title of a photo publication prepared by UNESCO that captures the exciting developments that are taking place in community access centres. More

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06-07-2007 (Kingston) - The Bequia High School Community Multimedia Centre (CMC) went on air on 3 July in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. More

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29-06-2007 (Kingston) - CARIMAC will for the first time offer three of its courses online through a partnership with UNESCO and the University of the West Indies Distance Education Centre (UWIDEC). More

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26-06-2007 (Addis Ababa) - Over a hundred young Ethiopian women will be be spending the next three months working with UNESCO under a pilot project launched today. More

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22-06-2007 (Kingston) - A prison radio is developed to enhance prisoner rehabilitation and education in the Carribbean. More

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07-06-2007 (New Delhi) - A National Orientation Workshop on Community Radio will take place in Maldives from 12 to 15 June 2007. More

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30-05-2007 (Kothmale) - A three-day workshop on community broadcasting aimed at developing the capacities of regional and community radio broadcasters in Sri Lanka was recently held in Kothmale Community Radio (KCR). More

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04-05-2007 (Montevideo) - The first national meeting on Infocentres/Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs) in Uruguay, initiated by the Uruguayan Network of Community Infocentres (RUTELCO) and supported by UNESCO, IDRC and Microsoft, took place in Montevideo from 26 to 27 April 2007. More

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13-04-2007 (New Delhi) - The Lumbini Community Multimedia Centre (CMC) in Nepal recently organized a seven-day training session for local community members on radio journalism and reporting, with support from UNESCO's programme on intercultural dialogue. More

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04-04-2007 (Dakar) - With the set-up of 24 Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs), the training of over 400 people and the development of partnerships at national and local levels, the Senegal Community Multimedia Center scale-up project has reached and even exceeded its goals. More

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15-03-2007 (New Delhi) - In the next few years 4000 community radio stations will have sprung up in India under the new enabling community radio policy announced by the Governmen says Shri S. K. Arora, Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting of India. More

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28-02-2007 (Kathmandu) - WebWorld regularly features stories about people using UNESCO’s Community Multimedia Centres worldwide. Today, WebWorld reports about Jyoti Bhattari, a young Nepalese women, who has learned to use computers in the Lumbini CMC in Western Nepal. More

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23-02-2007 (Kingston) - “School Rap” is the latest radio programme on ROOTS 96.1FM aimed at showcasing the talent and achievements of students attending high schools located in urban inner-city communities in Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine, Jamaica. More

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15-02-2007 (New Delhi) - The time for Community Radio has truly come. The tremendously enthusiastic response that the exhibition on “Community Radio: Innovation, low cost solutions and access” got at the BES Expo -2007 earlier this month in New Delhi, India, demonstrated this loud and clear. More

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13-02-2007 (Paris) - From Haiti to Jamaica, an active network of local radio stations are able to share their experiences and pool resources across marine and linguistic divides on an internet portal. More

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30-01-2007 (Paris) - In the space of a year, a community radio has started to change the life of the rural community of Ranérou in the Sahel region of Senegal. More

 
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