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Governance & human rights
If a country isn't governed effectively, it is difficult to reduce poverty, improve health and uphold human rights. While the media cannot create good governance in isolation, in partnership it can play a vital role in building effective societies. Read more about our governance and human rights projects.
Southern Sudan referendum
In the lead up to a watershed referendum in Southern Sudan, six local radio trainees have been working together to give a voice to local people.  Read more
UK’s Minister for Africa meets the team behind 100 Dúvidas
December saw the UK’s Minister for Africa visit one of the BBC World Service Trust’s programmes in Angola.  Read more
BBC World Have Your Say, live from Freetown
When the discussion programme BBC World Have Your Say came to Sierra Leone, BBC World Service Trust staff got the chance to work on a broadcast for a global audience.  Read more
A National Conversation - Bridging the gap between leaders and citizens
We are working in partnership with radio stations in Angola, Sierra Leone and Tanzania, to strengthen their ability to promote accountability, transparency and participation through public service broadcasting.  Read more
Creating political dialogue in Bangladesh
We are working in partnership with the BBC Bangla Service and television stations in Bangladesh to produce ground-breaking political debate programmes that allow people to question and interact with decision-makers.   Read more
We are working in partnership with the International Center for Transitional Justice and Search for Common Ground to train media professionalsin Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Uganda to raise public awareness, understanding and debate about the mechanisms of 'transitional justice'.  Read more
Radio drama and discussion support peace in Nepal
We are working in partnership with a network of 2,500 community-based organisations, more than 50 Nepali radio stations and the BBC Nepali Service to produce drama and discussion programmes to support the peace process and development of a new constitution in Nepal.  Read more
Strengthening the media in the Palestinian Territories
We are working in partnership with the International Federation of Journalists to strengthen the media in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. We are holding networking and dialogue events for Palestinian journalists and delivering an extensive programme of journalism training.  Read more
Giving voters a voice
We are working in partnership with Sierra Leonean broadcasters and international and national non-governmental organisation (NGOs) to tackle poor access to information, widespread rumours and misinformation, and the marginalisation of women and young people in the 2007 presidential and legislative elections.   Read more
An independent broadcaster for southern Iraq
Al-Mirbad Radio is our biggest media reconstruction project to date. The station was launched in the summer of 2005 and since then, has become one of the most recognised and listened-to radio stations across the south of the country.   Read more
How public money is spent
We are working in partnership with Nigerian non-governmental organisation, Integrity, to train journalists to better report on how their government spends public money, and to mobilise public opinion around government accountability.   Read more
Afghan Education Projects (AEP)
The Afghan Education Projects (AEP) is the largest media-for-development initiative in Afghanistan. Run by Afghans for Afghans, it provides a wide range of programming for all ages.  Read more
Story Story: talking about rights
We are working with a wide range of Nigeria partners to produce radio drama and discussion programmes that encourage dialogue and debate about key development issues, including citizens' social and economic rights and the provision of public services in Nigeria.   Read more
Feature film warns audiences of the dangers of human trafficking
We worked in partnership with the International Labour Organisation and Cambodian media professionals to produce a feature film to alert Cambodian audiences to the dangers and realities of human trafficking. The film also provides information about the link between migration and trafficking.  Read more
Radio drama stimulates debate about forced marriage in Pakistan
We worked in partnership with Pakistani broadcasters, a team of Pakistani writers, actors and producers, the British High Commission and the BBC Urdu Service to produce radio drama and discussion programmes that raised awareness and stimulated dialogue around gender issues in Pakistan.  Read more
A trusted friend for women
Afghan Woman's Hour was launched to empower Afghan women. It encourages them to know their rights and participate in civil society.   Read more
Making Waves in Georgia
We worked in partnership with Georgian media professionals and non-governmental organisations to launch two community radio stations to give Georgia's Azeri and Armenian minorities a voice.  Read more
Burma: soap opera delivers life-saving health information
We worked in partnership with a team of Burmese media professionals and the BBC Burmese Service to broadcast a radio soap opera and educational programming that delivered live-saving health information to Burmese radio listeners  Read more
Broadcasting centre for the Balkans
Working in partnership with the Radio Netherlands Training Centre, we established the European Centre for Broadcast Journalism in Belgrade.  Read more
Supporting media freedom
Working with the European Centre for Broadcast Journalism, we helped develop B92, Serbia's largest provider of independent media.  Read more
Change at Radio Television Afghanistan
Building a culture of public service broadcasting at Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA)   Read more
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