Tagged with: Burma

Posts (13)

  1. Writer and Director, The Tea Cup Diaries

    The director of The Tea Cup Diaries – a radio drama promoting peace and inclusion in Myanmar – finds out how much the programme means to a group of super-fan weavers.

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  2. Radio Trainer/Producer, BBC Media Action Myanmar

    In the light of recent floods in Myanmar, also known as Burma, Becky Palmstrom reflects on how the country has strengthened its preparations and response to natural disasters since 2008’s Cyclone Nargis.

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  3. Senior Trainer

    Getting our mojo back with MOELJO

    Our Senior Trainer describes how smartphones may help journalists provide better election coverage in Myanmar/Burma.

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  4. Executive Editor, Radio, BBC Media Action in Myanmar

    More than a cup of tea

    There’s more to a cup of tea than meets the eye - it’s not just wet, hot and thirst quenching, it’s also a media vehicle for promoting tolerance and social inclusion in Burma. Fiona Ledger explains...

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  5. Director of Communications and Fundraising, BBC Media Action

    A radio show for young people in Burma is tackling issues never discussed before in the country - such as democracy, women's rights and gay rights.

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  6. Radio Trainer/Producer, BBC Media Action Myanmar

    At the very first Ignite Asia workshop in Delhi, BBC Media Action production teams grappled with how to bring the ingenuity of ad agencies, newspapers, song writers and novelists into our work. Trainer and producer in Burma Becky Palmstrom blogs.

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  7. Research Manager, BBC Media Action in Burma

    Chris Larkin, BBC Media Action's research manager in Yangon, Burma on how a multi-method approach revealed fascinating - and conflicting - findings in a country experiencing its first taste of democracy. 

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  8. Country Director for BBC Media Action, Myanmar

    At the World Economic Forum for East Asia in Burma last week, a ground-breaking debate saw Burmese citizens asking questions of their leaders on TV and radio for the first time. BBC Media Action's Country Director Ed Pauker reports.

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  9. BBC Media Action trainer

    Young journalism trainees in Burma are experiencing astonishing change and looking to the future.

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  10. Director, BBC Global News

    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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