All policy briefings
Through a careful review of the evidence, this briefing offers a spirited case for why donors, practitioners and developing country governments need to pay more attention to the role of communication in tackling global health.
This policy briefing provides an overview of the issues facing Nepal’s media in the context of the country’s current political and development challenges.
This report examines the evidence of what works and doesn’t in curbing corruption - and how a free and independent media can help.
This briefing focuses on the media of countries that are divided, undergoing crisis or conflict, or where governance is weak.
This briefing explores the evolving relationship between media and politics in the period following the Arab uprisings of 2011.
This policy briefing draws on expert interviews and insights from media and development literature to explore how the media can help positively shape girls’ prospects in the Global South.
The briefing argues the media’s complex role as a force for accountability, identifying the most effective strategies as those grounded in the cultural and political contexts of the countries concerned.
This report shares areas of consensus and debate from a symposium on social and behaviour change, an increasing priority in international development.
A policy briefing focusing on how the mobile phone offers important opportunities for saving lives, drawing on BBC Media Action's direct experience in using phones to improve health education in one of the poorest states of India.
This policy briefing examines the role for communication in climate change adaption in seven Asian countries.