Port-au-Prince July 27, 2013 - The second Caribbean conference organized by AMARC in its 30th anniversary and SAKS in collaboration with REFRAKA and AMEKA and with the support of Trocaire, FAO and OXFAM has gathered more than one hundred participants to discuss legislation, gender policy and family farming under the general theme "Communication, Community Radio and Social Change," the conference ended with the declaration of Port-au-Prince.
Montreal, July 23, 2013.The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) in the frame of its 30th Anniversary activities and Animation and Social Communication Society (SAKS), in collaboration with Haitian Women Network of Community Radios (REFRAKA) and Haitian Community Media Association (AMEKA) organize the Second Caribbean Conference of Community Radios, 25 and 26 July, 2013, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, under the theme "Communication and Social Change." For more information, visit
Montréal, July 13th, 2013. The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) in collaboration with the Faculté de communications et École des médias de l’UQAM, partners and stakeholders, organises the international seminar « AMARC 30 years: Community Radios The World Movement », August 15th 2013 at UQAM, Montréal, Quebec. The seminar will be covered by Radio Centre-Ville, CKUT, CIBL and by the AMARC community radio world network it will also be available as a podcast on the AMARC website.