Cat VII – Seminar and training
Webinar - Launch of Publication "State of the Art of Indigenous Languages in Research"
From an Iberoamerican perspective and with the support of UNESCO Montevideo the Centro de Producciones Radiofónicas and Radios Libres an audio exhibition featuring ten radio projects and an audio fanzine inviting us to embark on a creative journey to reflect on how radio fosters trust
Mexico, one of the countries with more activities on the World Radio Day
Indigenous radio station host
Available at UNESCO Mexico website: more than 250 radio contents in at least 16 indigenous languages
World Radio Day: We are DIVERSITY
Proclaimed in 2011 by the Member States of UNESCO and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012 as an International Day February 13 became World Radio Day WRD Radio is a powerful medium for celebrating humanity in all its diversity and constitutes a platform for democratic discourse At the global level radio remains the most widely consumed medium This unique ability to reach out the widest audience means radio can shape a societys experience of diversity stand as an arena for all voices to speak out be represented and heard Radio stations should serve diverse communities offering a wide variety of programs viewpoints and content and reflect the diversity of audiences in their organizations and operations For more information Messages on the occasion of World Radio Day 2020