IWR - HOMEPAGE
IWR - MENU
IWR - SITE MAP
IWR - JOIN IWR
IWR - HELP
 
IWR - AUDIO IWR - NEWS IWR - NETWORK
about IWR | join IWR free | about this site | | links | contact
AN EXCITING COMMUNITY

FIND OUT ABOUT LOCAL RADIO AROUND THE WORLD. LEARN NEW SKILLS. LINK UP WITH OTHER JOURNALISTS AND RADIO STATIONS

IWR - HELP  
login
Email:
Password:
New user? Join IWR free
Forgotten your password?
 


world of radio
 
South Asia Special

Kishor Pradhan, Gunakar Aryal and Asadullah Khan talk about the challenges facing radio in South Asia. [read]

 
working with IWR
   
   
Newsletter

Our new-look newsletter brings you the latest IWR audio, and new resources and opportunities from the world of radio...

Over the last few months we have been making some small - but we hope significant - changes to the IWR website. Most importantly, we've made it easier for you to listen to and download audio.

We're also changing the way we notify you of new programming: instead of occasional emails, we'll be sending out a monthly newsletter updating you with new audio and other content, as well as highlighting new resources and opportunities.

If you have any comments, queries or ideas, please email us at .

New audio: Trading Places

The conclusion of the World Trade Organiastion's 'Doha Development Round' is approaching...

We asked reporters in Bangladesh, Guyana, Ghana and Zambia to find out how global trade issues impact ordinary people in developing countries.



World of radio

What are the challenges faced by radio journalists and stations in developing countries? We're looking to build up a rich set of profiles where IWR members can share their experiences.

For example, of Senegal's Radio Sud FM explains his passion for radio, while Malawi's describes what it means to win an award for his IWR feature, 'Debts and daughters'.

If you'd like to contribute a profile, contact

Sound Bites

| closing date 3 March



And finally...

To mark International Women’s Day, UNESCO is again launching the global initiative “Women Make the News”. UNESCO is appealing to all media producing daily news to hand over editorial responsibility to women to cast the news on Wednesday 8 March.

InterWorld Radio is inviting IWR member radio stations and other media to be a ‘partner’ organisation of “Women Make the News 2006”, and if your radio station or media house plans to participate, we ask you to send an email to us and to march8@unesco.org, telling us more about how and why you plan to support the pledge.
 
Archive

simple search
 
1 Enter a keyword to search
*
2 Choose areas to search
Audio News
Network
*
 3 Show me per page
*
4 Click
*
OR advanced search:
Audio section, Network section, News section

 

 
latest contributor
Joel Tema

Joel Okao Tema visited Chawente Primary School in Apac district to meet the children keeping an eye on the books.


back to top | add this page to my favourites | make this my homepage

audio l news l network l help l site map I home

  Photos © except where otherwise credited.
InterWorld Radio is part of the , registered charity number 23425626.
Site developed by Design by