Status of Community Radio in Bangladesh by AHM Bazlur Rahman S21BR
The Government of Bangladesh (GoB) is aware of its responsibility to administer the allocation of radio frequency, so that it equitably distributed and targeted towards the wellbeing of people, particularly the poor and marginalized.
Yet another video can be seen on you tube where apparently Pakistani Army severely beating up the suspected militant.
Bangladesh consultation on AMARC 10 World Conference of Community Radio Broadcasters
Bangladesh consultation on AMARC 10 World Conference of Community Radio Broadcasters was taken place at LGED meeting room, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The focus of the consultation is recovering Memory Building the Future: Community Radio and Poverty Reduction, Social Inclusion, Good Governance and Sustainable H
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) is in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. BNNRC promoting the advocacy with the government in relations to community radio with other organizations since its emergence.
Lalaine P. Viado shares insights on indicators of violence against women from a workshop geared towards strengthening information and knowledge sharing around VAW, where the APC WNSP was invited to talk about http://takebackthetech.net. Recognising that official data can only be as good as governments’ understanding of VAW, the workshop was held to help build international indicators.
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Mentioned that the NGOs will put forward the national development goals of the Government of Bangladesh and work as the supplementary force of the government efforts. Envisioning a Bangladesh by 2021, a middle income country where poverty will be drastically reduced; citizens will be able to meet every basic need and development will be on fast track with ever-increasing rates of growth.
APC member Korean Progressive Network Jinbonet, a non-profit service provider in South Korea since 1998, has recently launched its website in English. The new site is comprised of a news feed, oganisational information and an archive of important English language documents on issues such as freedom of expression, privacy, copyright, pharmaceutical patents, etc., in South Korea. Jinbonet provides internet services like webmail, web hosting and blogs to South Korean activists, social movement organisations, and other progressive movements, and is also a meeting point where progressive ideas are generated and discussed.