Organized by: Dhaka Ahsania Mission
In collaboration with UNESCO Dhaka
& Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO
..........
What is Community Radio
A community radio station is one that is operated in the
community, for the community, about the c...
Characteristics of Community Radio
 It encourages participatory
democracy in line with Rural
Republic
 It offers the opp...
Objective of Community Radio
 provide a development forum for the
community;
 encourage participatory community
developm...
Human Needs and Rights
Knowledge Societies
Pluralism
Human Needs and RightsHuman Needs and Rights
Knowledge SocietiesKnowl...
Area of comparison
Approach
Ownership
Audience
Responsibility
Style
Goal
Government Radio
Bureaucratic
Government
Passive ...
Community Radio Movement in India,
Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan
India
Movement started : 1990
Community Radio Policy: 2002 –...
Community Radio Movement and Present status
of Community Radio in Bangladesh;
Movement started : 1998
Community Radio Poli...
4 Deficits to Access Unreached Populations
 Deficit of Information – Low
awareness on standards, norms, rights
& entitlem...
Community Radio Response inline with widen access to
knowledge and information
 Access to resources !
 Fairer Institutio...
Education, Information,
Entertainment
and
Development
Motivation
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
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A community radio station is one that is operated in the
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Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life

  1. 1. Organized by: Dhaka Ahsania Mission In collaboration with UNESCO Dhaka & Bangladesh National Commission for UNESCO ..................................................................................................... AHM Bazlur Rahman- S21BR Chief Executive Officer Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio & Communication(BNNRC) ceo@bnnrc.net Sub-Regional Workshop Capacity Building of NFE Managers for Effective Use of ICTs in Literacy and Skills Training 08 March – 12 March 2014 Dhaka Bangladesh Potentials of Community Radio for widening access to information and improvement of quality of life
  2. 2. What is Community Radio A community radio station is one that is operated in the community, for the community, about the community and by the community. Access Participation Self-management Community mandate Accountability
  3. 3. Characteristics of Community Radio  It encourages participatory democracy in line with Rural Republic  It offers the opportunity to any member of the community to participate in program making, management and ownership of the station.  It uses technology appropriate to the economic capability of the people,  It promotes and improves problem solving
  4. 4. Objective of Community Radio  provide a development forum for the community;  encourage participatory community development;  promote active involvement of underprivileged groups such as women and young people;  intensify the sharing of information within the community;  encourage innovation in community development;  increase the free flow of accurate and balanced information to, and within, the community;  provide a forum for local cultural expression; and  improve people’s access to information in local languages/Dialect .
  5. 5. Human Needs and Rights Knowledge Societies Pluralism Human Needs and RightsHuman Needs and Rights Knowledge SocietiesKnowledge Societies PluralismPluralism Knowledge Creation Dissemination UtilizationPreservation Knowledge Knowledge Knowledge
  6. 6. Area of comparison Approach Ownership Audience Responsibility Style Goal Government Radio Bureaucratic Government Passive /Active Toward government Formal Development Information/ Propaganda Commercial Radio Market driven Private Carefree Toward owners Artificial Profit Community radio Participatory Collective Active/Participant Toward society Natural/informal Collective Welfare Difference between different types of Radio in South Asia
  7. 7. Community Radio Movement in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Pakistan India Movement started : 1990 Community Radio Policy: 2002 – only for Education Institution Revised Policy : 2006 including NGOs/NPOs/CBOs Community Radios : 163 Functional & 250 pipeline Nepal Movement started : 1997 Community Radios : 150 Community Radio Policy: Awaiting Bhutan and Pakistan Awaiting…………………
  8. 8. Community Radio Movement and Present status of Community Radio in Bangladesh; Movement started : 1998 Community Radio Policy : 2008 Community Radio Strategy : 2006 including Community Radios : 14 Functional & 18 will start by December 2014 Total Broadcast Hour : 120 Coverage : 67 Upazillas of 13 District Population : 4.6 Millions Community Broadcasters : 536 Youth Women and Youth About Contents : Education, Information, Entertainment and Development Motivation
  9. 9. 4 Deficits to Access Unreached Populations  Deficit of Information – Low awareness on standards, norms, rights & entitlements  Deficit of Participation – Inadequate institutional spaces for citizen engagement in governance  Deficit of Alternatives – Limited or no options with regard to alternatives (espcially for poor and vulnerable)  Deficit of Accountability – Weak Monitoring & Regulation; Poor grievance redress
  10. 10. Community Radio Response inline with widen access to knowledge and information  Access to resources !  Fairer Institutions !  Participation and engagement !  Enabling environment
  11. 11. Education, Information, Entertainment and Development Motivation
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