Blog posts by year and month September 2012

Posts (9)

  1. How BBC Media Action’s partnership with a Nepalese radio station gave people the chance to ask public officials to work more transparently.

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  2. BBC Media Action’s Research Manager on the challenges of conducting fieldwork in Afghanistan.

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  3. The team leader of the Media Neighbourhood project on witnessing the pressures facing journalists in Ukraine and Armenia.

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  4.  A Syrian journalist and blogger reflects on the mission impossible facing journalists attempting impartial coverage of the Syrian conflict.

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  5. BBC Media Action’s radio producer and presenter in Ethiopia on making honest sexual health programming for young people.

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  6. Chair of BBC Media Action and Director of BBC Global News on how BBC Media Action has been given unprecedented permission to open a project office and deliver journalism training in Burma. 

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  7. While on a fact-finding trip to the country, BBC Media Action's Asia Regional Director Kathryn Tomlinson reflects on the changing media landscape in Burma.

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  8. The editor of Kampala’s Observer newspaper on the pressures facing Uganda’s free and independent media.

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  9. Dr Mary Myers on how to foster quality journalism in countries where media freedoms and rights are constrained. She introduces a BBC Media Action synthesis report of five county case studies.

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