Women’s voices: an international audio series
Community radios are a privileged place where women can make their voices heard, find a space for discussion, empowerment and emancipation. These radios are vectors of education, culture, knowledge sharing and development. Through them, women can enforce their role as major social actors.
To commemorate the 2016 International Women’s Day and in the frame of the AMARC Global Campaign Fund, AMARC highlights the challenges and achievements of women by presenting the work of journalists and producers celebrating the voices of women in an international audio series.
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An important tool towards achieving gender equality in radio stations is the Gender Policy for Community Radio (GP4CR) which was developed by AMARC-WIN Asia Pacific and adopted by the World General Assembly of AMARC in 2010 in La Plata, Argentina. It is available in multiple languages.