Nelly Bassily | December 20, 2010
Radio 1812 invites broadcasters around the world to get involved in a global audio event organized to mark International Migrants Day.
Radio 1812 is an initiative by December 18, the International Advocacy and Resource Centre on the Human Rights of Migrant Workers. It is a global event that will bring together migrant groups and radio stations from around the world to produce, broadcast and share programs that celebrate the achievements and highlight the concerns of migrants.
Broadcasters are invited to upload and share programs they have produced on the theme of migrants. Or you can download a program from the Radio 1812 website and rebroadcast it on your station. Jingles in five languages can also be downloaded for this year’s event.
The organizers request that you mention International Migrants Day and Radio 1812 if you use any material from the site. You can also let them know at email@example.com, so they can keep track of how the materials are used.
Start browsing the site here: http://www.radio1812.net/radios-get-involved.
The list of files for download is here: http://www.radio1812.net/audio-archive-2010