Miguel Victor Durian

IAMCR-FAO RCS awardees recognized at IAMCR Lyon 2023 Confab

The three recipients of the IAMCR-FAO Rural Communication Services (RCS) Research Awards presented their papers at a special panel during the IAMCR 2023 Conference in Lyon, France on July 12, 2023 where they were also formally recognized. The session was also live streamed via Zoom and the Cccomdev Facebook page. The award’s goal is to recognize and support research that advances our understanding of RCS, particularly its use in Africa,

CCComDev to webcast IAMCR RCS Award session

CCComDev invites you to the first installment of its webinar series for this year, featuring: Webcasting of the IAMCR-FAO RCS Research Awardees Special Session, IAMCR Lyon 2023New updates from the CCComDev Initiative Schedule: 12 July 202315:45 – 17:30 CESTRegister: https://bit.ly/RCSAward Like us on Facebook to watch the livestream (https://www.facebook.com/cccomdev).More info: http://www.cccomdev.org/rcs-awards/ See you there!

IAMCR-FAO RCS research awardees to present papers in special panel at 2023 IAMCR Conference

The three winners of the IAMCR-FAO Rural Communication Services Research Award will present their papers at a special panel at the upcoming IAMCR’s 2023 conference to be held in Lyon, France, from 9 to 13 July (Lyon23), with an Online Conference Papers (OCP23) component from 26 June to 5 July. The Special Session devoted to the awardees’ presentation will be livestreamed on 12 July 2023 3:45-5:30 PM CEST (9:45-11:30 PM

IAMCR announces 3 RCS  awardees

Three scholars have been selected as recipients of the IAMCR-FAO Rural Communication Services Award. These scholars are as follows: The awardees will present their papers at a special panel at the upcoming IAMCR’s 2023 conference to be held in Lyon, France, from 9 to 13 July (Lyon23), with an Online Conference Papers (OCP23) component from 26 June to 5 July. In cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the

Communication for Connection: The Grassroot Version

The smile that beams up the face of a 65 year old woman in an inner village in the south eastern part of Nigeria at the sight of her grandchildren holding out batteries to power up her portable radio reflects not only the joy in receiving gifts but also that of staying connected to the world. Though old and small with numerous constraints, her radio gives her access to local

University of Reading's C4D initiatives

The University of Reading (UoR), United Kingdom, offers an exemplary example of where formal education can be utilised to progress understanding and the meeting of global Communication for Development (C4D) agendas. With a leading Agriculture and Forestry department, comprehensive C4D Masters degree offering, university-led internship opportunities, and expert lecturers in the field, UoR is leading the way in facilitating the shaping the next generation of C4D activists. Applying C4D theory