radioMontréal, le 21 Septembre, ici à 2015. Plus de 250 professionnels de la radio communautaire se sont réunis à Accra, au Ghana, en Août pour participer à la 11e Conférence internationale de la Association Mondiale des Radiodiffuseurs Communautaires (AMARC). Cet événement unique a permis d'aborder les questions liées au développement, la durabilité et la croissance de la radio communautaire dans le monde.

One of the strengths of AMARC is that it can count on talented journalists, producers and artisans who work tirelessly in the many resorts that make up the network. With this support, AMARC lance un programme international de campagnes radiophoniques thématiques mettant en vedette le contenu produit par la radio communautaire.

Structuré autour de différents thèmes tels que le changement climatique, le développement rural, l'égalité des sexes, les minorités culturelles et linguistiques, peuples autochtones et d'autres questions sociales, économiques et politiques, ces campagnes radiophoniques viseront à souligner l'importance du travail de la radio communautaire comme la voix de communautés. En outre, ils vont relayer à l'échelle mondiale, la qualité et la diversité des voix du réseau.

En lançant ce programme international de campagnes radiophoniques, AMARC souhaite renforcer son soutien aux membres du réseau, ses liens avec les partenaires dont la voix porte, promouvoir l'accès à l'information et transmettre les messages des populations marginalisées.

Francesco Diasio, secrétaire général de l'AMARC, dit l'objectif de ce fonds est double:"Ceci est d'encourager la participation des stations de radio communautaires dans les débats de la société civile, de renforcer les liens avec les communautés et de soutenir les producteurs pour assurer la stabilité des radios".

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Népal

Montreal, May 5, 2015. On April 25, Nepal was struck by an earthquake of 7.9 in magnitude. The damages are extensive and numerous aftershocks have complicated search and rescue work and the delivery of humanitarian help. The Association Mondiale des Radiodiffuseurs Communautaires (AMARC) expressed its solidarity with the people of Nepal and mobilizes its network to support them.

Nepal can count on a strong and vibrant community radio network. Stations are operating all over the country, even in remote areas. However, the April 25 earthquake has taken a toll on the network. More than a hundred radio stations in 30 districts have been affected and are in need of urgent help.

Our staff from the Asia Pacific office are on the ground and hard at work, in collaboration with the Association of Community Radio Broadcasters Nepal (ACORAB), assessing the status of community radios that have been damaged by the earthquake. Teams have been deployed in the field and are visiting some of the most severely impacted districts.

Why should you support the community radios of Nepal?

Community radios are a powerful tool in disaster relief situations. They are an indispensable way to provide reliable information to vulnerable population, help the humanitarian relief and ease the fear and worries of the population in tense situations. These radios are deeply rooted in their communities and serve as a focal point for the population to get the services they deserve and need in their language. In emergency situations, community radios can help make a difference.

How you can help?

What the community radios of Nepal need

Your donation will help to provide basic support to the damaged radio stations to ensure restoration of their services urgently. With your help, our teams will rebuild and repair the stations that have suffered damages:

  • Repair studios and broadcasting equipment.
  • Repair or rebuild antennas, towers, power generation sources.
  • Buy computers and broadcasting equipment.
  • Buy portable audio recorders, cameras.

All the funds donated to this campaign will go to the restoration of the community radio network of Nepal. Your donation will enable AMARC to provide support and expertise to our friends and colleagues in Nepal who are in dire need of help.

We thank you for your generous support!

Contact: secretariat@si.amarc.org | 514 982-0351

26feb10Vous pouvez trouver maintenant les audios de Février de la campagne «Sur la route de Pékin +20" au Le web de l'AMARC du Secrétariat international. Ce mois-ci trois pays sont les protagonistes: Canada (“Féminisme d’hier, égalité d’aujourd’hui?”), Tunisie (“La voilà journaliste”) Et l'Indonésie («Stop à la violence domestique pour un avenir meilleur").

Cette campagne fait partie de l'accord de l'Association mondiale des radiodiffuseurs communautaires (AMARC) et ONU Femmes, une série de radio sur le cadre international de Beijing +20. Ces productions offrent une perspective comparative entre 1995 et 2015, où nous étions et où nous sommes maintenant, et les collaborations viennent de partout dans le monde.

White-Ribbon-Day

Today is 25th November, the United Nations International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women. And from today to 10th December, Humans Rights Day, there are 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaigns to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world and to emphasize that such violence is a violation of human rights.

Near FM, member of AMARC Europe, will be joining the 16 Days Campaign by denouncing the impact of gender based violence in a series of promos that will be broadcast from today till December 10th. In fact, today this community radio has broadcast the playA woman, a dog, and a walnut treethat was performed live on air by the Near Drama Company on 15th October 2014 and has been followed up by a panel discussion on the topic of domestic violence.