Tagged with: Governance and rights
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.
Country Director, Afghanistan
Three years after its launch, Shirazuddin Siddiqi reflects on how Afghanistan’s TV debate show Open Jirga continues to provide a voice to Afghans amid insecurity and increased uncertainty.
Content Producer, BBC Media Action in Tanzania
Our content producer in Dar es Salaam, Gaure Mdee, reveals how an interactive radio show has been informing young people ahead of the upcoming elections.
Director, Policy and Learning
With the grain or against the grain? A blog exploring different theoretical approaches to reducing poverty through improved governance – from a media perspective.
Olabisi Olu Garrick
Empowering women to access legal services and raise awareness about sexual harassment are just some of the reasons why Yvette Olabisi Olu Garrick is proud to present a new legal radio show Leh Wi Know (Let Us Know).
Research Manager Anna Colom looks at the impact that TV and radio show Sema Kenya has had in fostering a national conversation about key governance issues in Kenya.
Senior Production Manager, Kenya and Somalia
Jackie Christie reflects on how the debate TV show BBC Sema Kenya has become a game-changer for accountability in Kenya over the past three years, before its last episode under BBC Media Action’s care.
Governance Adviser, BBC Media Action
Jo Casserly discovers inspiring stories of how communities are pulling together to make a difference in Nairobi during her recent research training trip to Kenya.
Head of Research for BBC Media Action, Nigeria
In Abuja Anu Mohammed is feeling optimistic about evidence that suggests Nigerians’ confidence in the media is growing.