Panos Eastern Africa, 51 pages, 2010
This media toolkit is designed to support and build capacity of journalists to disseminate information and promote debate on human rights and peace building issues. The toolkit explains that 98% of Uganda’s population listens to radio as their main source of news.
With approximately 200 radio stations licenced at the end of 2008, radio is a powerful tool to communicate, and mobilise community action. However, authors say the radio industry in Uganda still has a long way to go in building a critical mass of professional staff who understand the media landscape. According to the author, it is based on this premise that Panos Eastern Africa developed this media tool kit to support journalists in promoting debate, while upholding the highest professional and ethical standards.
See the media toolkit in pdf
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