EMPOWERING CHILDREN TO BECOME INFORMED CITIZENSChildren As Media Producers is a Participatory Media initiative of the UNESCO Chair on Community Media at, Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad. It is based on the premise that children should not be seen just as passive consumers but as active producers of information. It seeks to strengthen children's rights, in particular, the rights of linguistic and cultural minorities, and indigenous peoples by providing access to the means of communication.
By Sumit Singh Last week when I received a call from an unknown number, I was about to disconnect thinking it must have been from a mobile service provider to offer me a new post-paid pack. I decided to give it back to them this time. But when I took the call, the...read more
Adolescent children belonging to the marginalised communities will--perhaps for the first time-- spread the word on the importance of birth registration in Surguja district. Twenty six children will be involved in a month-long campaign on the importance of birth...read more
Yes. We just made a new video to explain what CAMP is all about. If you like this video, please feel free to share it. [vsw id="EdqDmu36mT4" source="youtube" width="650" height="350" autoplay="no"]read more