FCCM Video Audio

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Watch a selection of videos and have a listen to the radio interviews produced with AMISNET during the FCCM!

Ajit Maru, GFAR, works to reinforce innovation and technology in critical rural areas. 
Alice Van der Elstraeten, e-Agriculture, FAO, discusses the future perspectives of the FCCM.
According to Ashish Sen, AMARC India, radio is still the tool that is most effective in reaching rural populations in his country.
Bruce Girard, Fundación Comunica, discusses the concrete actions which can be put into place in order to promote effective communication in rural areas.
Damian Segura, CLOC Argentina, La Via Campesina, explains why rural communities in Argentina need increased access to communication tools (ES)
Lamine Coulibaly, La Via Campesina Mali, discusses the role of farmer organizations in the transmission of information. (FR)
Lavinia Mohr, World Association of Christian Communication, works to reinforce the communication rights of rural populations around the world.
Maria Pia Matta, President of AMARC, on the role of community radios within rural communities. (SP)
Mike Jensen, Association of Progressive Communication, on strategies to promote public and private partnerships to attract investment.
Moses Kivanda, Kenya, on the difficulties which rural communities face in accessing information.a
Norma Madeo, Minister of Agriculture of Argentina, on decisions made at the institutional level regarding communication for rural development (SP)
Ouangraoua Boukari, Inades-Formation/BF, tells of how newspapers have affected rural culture in Burkina Faso. (FR)
Stella Tirol, UPLB, carried out a study on the policies of Bangladeshi institutions aimed at implementing communication services for rural societies.
Toby Mendel, Centre for Law and Democracy, is the author of comparative research which analyses communication legislation in over thirty countries.
Venus Jennings, UNESCO, regarding dialogue between institutions and civil society organizations.
Yen-Ling Nikar Tsai, La Via Campesina Taiwan, discusses and depicts the situation for media in rural areas of Taiwan.

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