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Teaching children journalism to strengthen democracy and development Community Development Media 

Teaching children journalism to strengthen democracy and development

Much of the world expects journalists to hold the government to account through their reporting. In Bangladesh, media repression and lack of resources hamper the ability to report effectively on challenges facing Bangladeshis. As Jessica Carter describes, in one Bangladeshi neighbourhood, children are being taught the skills to share their stories with a society that often does not hear them.
How the media shapes democracy (and the case of Cambodia) Humanitarian Relief & Post-Conflict Media 

How the media shapes democracy (and the case of Cambodia)

From Australia to Vietnam and everywhere in between, the ability (or not) of the media to provide information that can facilitate civic discussion of issues that are (or should be) on the political agenda is a marker of a country’s ability to foster democracy. Casey McCarthy explores the role media can play in critically supporting Cambodia's development.