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01 May 2004 description

This handbook is the result of ongoing thinking about the seminal role that professional training for media organizations and reporters can play in emerging democracies.

Elections are a flashpoint for media issues. This is when the relationships between reporters, governments and civil society actors come into sharper focus, and potentially, conflict. This handbook provides tools and information that can aid reporters and elections management bodies in providing citizens with the best information possible to make informed decisions at the polls.

31 Dec 2002 description

This book provides a set of guidelines on the processes which make media interventions in conflict situations effective and sustainable. The book is divided in three parts:

Part I: Media and peace building: operational framework, evaluation, lessons learned
Part II: Case studies selected in twelve different countries
Part III: A directory with 69 profiles of organisations working in this field worldwide

Building on an existing body of research and experience in the field, the books is aimed at people specialized in peace-building.

31 Dec 2001 description

This document offers a guide for understanding how media-related interventions can be used in a variety of conflict conditions and identifies opportunities to strengthen the media as an element of conflict reduction and peacebuilding.

Presenting a typology of interventions potentially appropriate to the media conditions that exist in those stages of conflict, the framework provides indicators for assessing those interventions, draws operational lessons from media-related programming and includes a matrix of exceptional examples of media peacebuilding initiatives.