Normal

The Next Normal

UNESCO disrupts our whole perception of normality in a powerful new film for the post-COVID-19 era, available for PMA members to broadcast.

UNESCO World Radio Day

World Radio Day: Radio and Diversity

To celebrate UNESCO's 9th World Radio Day, we explore some of the key public media initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion.

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The silence against impunity must end

On the sixth International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, the Public Media Alliance calls for greater protections for journalists and their fundamental role in holding power to account.

Southern Africa

Social Media Guidelines | For media professionals & journalists in Southern Africa

Read our latest guidelines developed collaboratively with journalists and media professionals from across Southern Africa.

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Social media guidelines for Southern Africa to be published soon

Social media guidelines for broadcasters across Southern Africa are being developed following a collaborative 3-day workshop organised by PMA and UNESCO in Namibia earlier this week.

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Developing social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa

PMA and UNESCO’s latest workshop to develop social media guidelines for broadcasters in Southern Africa kicked off today.

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Hate by omission silence and exclusion: A Caribbean perspective

Dr Zahera Harb writes about the outcomes from our workshop to develop an action plan on reporting hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region.

Our work

Developing Media Guidelines on Hate Speech & Coverage of Acts of Terrorism & Violence for the South East Asia Regions

A special thanks to all partners, participants and speakers involved in our latest webinar and workshop in Kuala Lumpur. 

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Action plan on hate speech and media coverage of terrorism & violence for the Caribbean region

Upcoming UNESCO, Public Media Alliance and Ethical Journalism Network workshop to develop action plan on hate speech, terrorism and violence coverage for the Caribbean Region

Insight | World Radio Day 2018

What is World Radio Day and how can you get involved? We interviewed UNESCO’s Media Development and Society Section Chief, Mirta Lourenco, to find out more.