Tagged with: Governance and rights
Country Director, Afghanistan
Not even a series of bomb blasts stopped people attending a national TV debate on the topic of women’s equality in Afghanistan.
Media Resource Officer, BBC Media Action, Nigeria.
A group of 140 volunteers provide valuable feedback about our radio programmes in Nigeria. Caroline Chukwura, who talks to them by text, phone and email, shares some of their stories.
Senior Production Manager, Kenya and Somalia
Bribing people for their vote is common in Kenya – and young people are especially vulnerable. Jackie Christie explains how a new radio show is helping young people learn more about politics.
In an election campaign dominated by personality politics, a national TV debate featuring key presidential contenders in the Zambian general election presented a rare opportunity for people to directly question candidates and hear about their plans for Zambia’s future.
Research Officer, BBC Media Action in Nigeria
Nigeria’s largely peaceful elections in 2015 stood in stark contrast to the post-election violence of 2011. What was the role of media in this change? Osebi Adams finds out.
Phyo Wai Lin and Su Myat Mon
Media Trainer and Lead Producer, BBC Media Action, Myanmar
How a youth radio show and journalism training have been giving people a voice in the run-up to this month’s historic polls.