Proposals Audio Podcasts from February, 2013
The idea of the project is to work with youth indigenous people for recovery the millenarian history of our past, creating comics for an interactive interface developed for android smart phones. We want to make a place were youth people can transform legends, told by the ancient from the community's, to histories and comics in the way to contribute with creating content for tell our history.
Decentralized local governance in Malawi has not succeeded in enhancing transparency and accountability. This is, in part, due to passiveness of community. This project aims to use Community Radio as a platform to excite the local people into action. To support the issue-based radio programming will be Citizen Journalists who will make follow-ups on development projects and report on the same through the Community Radio regularly.
This project will support female students in the target locality to end harmful traditional practices. In Ethiopia in general and Dukem locality in particular, access to the internet is insignificant. The girls in the locality will share their experiences in fighting harmful traditional practices through school mini media and local community radios. ICEDA will translate and upload the recorded audios to the national and international literates.
Youth groups from different places and cultures in Mexico are nodes of the Tlalana network www.tlalana.org.mx. They take action based on collective learning and experience exchange to solve local issues such as environmental problems, unemployment and violence. We want to train such nodes in audio editing, blogs and social networks to achieve greater visibility and facilitate their documenting and sharing capabilities between projects.
The project seeks to strengthen the abilities of a group of adolescents and youth who are currently child domestic workers (CDW) or former CDW on the development and dissemination of stories through a radio program and a blog. Adolescents and youth will address issues related to CDW in order to create awarness among the Cajamarca comunity. The issues addressed through the radio and blog will serve to inform, follow up, and intervene.
College-aged youth involved in Media Clubs will be trained to produce audio podcasts during the Summer 2013 Elections. These podcasts will educate Bhutanese about democracy and cover stories from Bhutan's second-ever democratic elections. Our organization will then create an online hub where all these stories will be posted and distributed to local radio stations. Overall, we hope this project will engage rural youth in Bhutan's young democracy.
In the municipality of Ariguaní believe it started in the middle of the War of a Thousand Days. While the few indigenous Chimilas, community fought against the Spanish and Creole, are not recognized as great fighters and rulers of the territory. The two populations live in separate worlds. This is an opportunity to rebuild the historical memory of a region marked by wars. Narrate through vallenato music and orality. All eBooks will be published.
The project considers a 4-day free conferences in order to transfer capacities in digital online planning, production, financing and promotion. In the mornings participants will attend a media projects workshop: DAY 1. Idea/Objectives, D2. Planning, D3. Budget & Fundraising and D4. Outreach. In the afternoons will attend conferences by experts on the following topics: DAY 1. Blog, D2. Vlog, D3. Podcast and D4. Photoblog.
Defending and promoting of women rights in Guinea through citizen media by building a virtual network with the Guinea Female Association of Journalists (Guinea AFJ) including the use of blog Twitter and pictures.
The project wants to give to refugees living in Italy the possibility to inform about their experiences, desires and perceptions about the hosting cities. Refugees will be trained about the general techniques of audio and photograph documentary and will produce a set of podcasts and pictures to tell about their previous life and the life they are living now highlighting the violation of rights they suffered in their country as well as in Italy.