AMARC launches an international program featuring contents produced by community radios of its network

Structured around various themes such as climate change, rural development, gender equality, cultural and linguistic minorities, Indigenous peoples and other social, economic and political issues, these radio campaigns will aim to highlight the importance of the work of community radio as the voice of communities. In addition, they will relay on a global scale, the quality and diversity of the network’s voices.

AMARC participates in the international seminar "Community Media Sustainability: Strengthening Policies and Funding"

From September 14 to 15, representatives of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) are in Paris at the invitation of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to participate in the international seminar "Community Media Sustainability: Strengthening Policies and Funding".

Disappearance of two Tunisian journalists in Libya still unclear after one year

Nine human rights and media freedom groups called today for the creation of a special commission of enquiry into the disappearance of Tunisian journalists Sofiane Chourabi and Nadhir Ktari, who went missing exactly one year ago in neighboring Libya, after the announcement of President Beji Caied Essebssi’s agreement to a civil society proposal that the anniversary of their disappearance, nine September, should celebrated in Tunisia as National Day for the Protection of Journalists.