Radio Plugs

The following plugs were produced by women from the media, NGOs, and grassroots organisations who participated in the training activities in Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga and Cotabato.

We invite radio stations to air these plugs to sensitize your audience on the importance of genuine peace, mutual understanding and respect for each other.

Size
Duration
Title
861Kb
00:00:55 01 Boses ng Kababaihan (Tagalog)
1.1Mb
00:01:00
02 Babaeng Masipag (Bisayan)
963.5Kb
00:01:02
03 Security Check-Up Lang (Bisayan)
789.1Kb
00:00:50
04 Peace begins at Home (Tagalog/English)
940.9Kb
00:01:00
05 "In" ang Kalinaw (Bisayan/English)
897.1Kb
00:00:57
06 Kapayapaan para sa Kabataan (Tagalog)
1.5Mb
00:01:17
07 Karapatan ng Babae sa Pananampalataya (Tagalog)
1.7Mb
00:01:50
08 RA 9262 - Anti-Violence against Women and their Children Act (Tagalog)
827Kb
00:00:53
09 Magkaisa para sa Kapayapaan (Moro, Lumad, Bisayan, Tagalog)
1.8Mb
00:01:55
10 Kapayapaan para sa Lahat (different dialects in North-West Mindanao)

A Training on Using Community Radio for Peace Building

Isis International - Manila and Mindanao Women Writers

The training seeks to enhance the crucial role media plays in conflict resolution and peace building in Mindanao.

Soundcheck: Advanced Radio Techniques and Perspectives for Women in Asia and the Pacific

Soundcheck, which was held from 3 to 8 June 2002 at Bahay ni Isis, in Quezon City, Philippines, was opened to women broadcasters who met the following criteria:

  1. Women broadcasters doing women’s radio programs;
  2. Have some basic knowledge of technical side of broadcasting (recording, editing);
  3. Have the willingness, ability, and plan to share their skills;
  4. Come from community radio, mainstream /government stations, educational institutions; civil-society organisations or are block timers, independent producers from the said sectors;
  5. Able to communicate in English;
  6. Have basic computer skills.

23 - 28 April 2000 · Bangkok, Thailand

Despite the upsurge of high technology communications, radio remains a vital tool of education and communication amongst societies in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly those sectors that are lower-income and rural based. Given that media plays such an important role in shaping the lifestyles and values of society, the women's movement both regionally and globally, have sought to influence the use and form of media such that women have access to gender-sensitive programming. Although radio is seen as an important form of alternative media, particularly for women's programming there is very little by way of production training, gender-sensitivity training and sustainable networking in this region. Isis International-Manila's research in women's radio programming affirms that there is insufficient training, networking and actual materials development in this area. The radio production training organised by Isis International-Manila in April 2000 in Bangkok aims to start a process of bridging this gap such that women broadcasters in both Asia and Pacific are better equipped through gender-sensitive and technical training, networking, strategising, mechanisms and availability of radio materials. This project is also an attempt towards the interface between radio and the new information and communication technologies

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