Strengthening Community Radio Stations in North Kivu

By  on August 27, 2014

Communication for Peace

Democratic Republic of Congo

Detailed diagnosis of the operations of 21 community radio stations in the conflict-torn region of North-Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and in the context of its general media environment. Results: identification of structural problems and training needs that impede the functioning of the stations; plans for capacity-building elaborated using a participatory methodology. Based on this diagnosis, capacity-building for the editors in chief of 17 radio stations focusing on the theory and practice of peace journalism, the production of 6 microprogrammes of 3 minutes duration on contextualised themes, and a training module. The CORACON network and commitment by participants to use peace journalism techniques to contribute to peace-building in the region were stengthened.

Final Report   Rapport Final


Project 658


August 27, 2014

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