Montreal, August 15, 2013. Community radios support social movements that seek to build a better world. They are also part of a global social movement for the right to communicate; a movement that is disseminated over 127 countries worldwide. The conclusion of today’s activities commemorated the 30th anniversary of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC).
Tunisia, August 13th, 2013. The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), salutes Radio Femme, launched this August 13 in the 102.3 FM frequency in Tunisia. It is for the National Tunisian Women's Day that the Association Women in Media announced the beginning of the first Tunisian radio exclusively dedicated to Women.
Montreal, August 9, 2013. The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) welcomes the International day of the World Indigenous Peoples, with an international broadcast campaign . The theme of 2012, set by the General Assembly of the United Nations within the framework of the Decade for action and dignity, is : 'Building Alliances', celebrating the importance of constructive alliances, agreements and arrangements to protect the rights of Indigenous peoples.