Nelly Bassily | February 20, 2012
UNESCO’s “Community Media: A Good Practice Handbook” provides a comprehensive look at community media across the world, encompassing different regions, cultures and political systems.
Thirty countries are featured, in case studies which cover community radio, television, internet and mobile devices. Whether it’s the Giheta Community Media Centre in Burundi encouraging post-conflict reconciliation or femTALK promoting women’s empowerment in Fiji, each case study provides insight into community media’s best practices.
The handbook can provide inspiration for community media journalists on how to make community media sustainable, meaningful and a positive force for social change. It looks not only at good practices, but solutions too.
To download this publication, visit http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002150/215097e.pdf