Communication for development Knowledge

Posted December 2000

Electronic forum

The appropriation of traditional and new media for development - whose reality counts?


The FAO Communication for Development Group is hosting an e-mail discussion entitled "The appropriation of traditional and new media for development - whose reality counts?". The discussion began 4 December 2000.

The aim of the e-discussion is to provide a place where participants can share their knowledge and experiences and information about practices, projects, methodologies, theories and research on the appropriation of local (traditional, folk and popular) and new media (Information Communication Technologies, ICTs) for development. It is a place where participants can feel free to raise questions, queries and critiques about the relationship between communication and development and the role of communication in development, as well as to explore and question our positions and actions as professionals in this field.

To subscribe, send an e-mail to mailserv@mailserv.fao.org, leave the subject blank and then put the following in the first line of the message:

subscribe MediaReality-L

Should you have any further queries, simply send an e-mail to: MediaReality-Moderator@fao.org

The Communication for Development Group is looking forward to your participation!



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