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Linking Southern Journalists: Stella’s reflections

04/03/2012 | Panos London

Stella Paul - David Dahmen | Panos London

Stella Paul has been a journalist in Hyderabad for nearly 10 years. She writes freelance for a variety of magazines and online newspapers and recently joined the Linking Southern Journalists project in January 2012.

Linking Southern Journalists: Armsfree’s reflections

04/02/2012 | Panos London

Armsfree and Purple outside Sydsvenskan - David Dahmen | Panos London

Armsfree Onomo Ajanaku has been a journalist in Lagos, Nigeria for six years and joined the Linking Southern Journalists project in 2011. He spoke to Kate Ixer about his participation in the project.

Linking Southern Journalists: Purple’s reflections

03/28/2012 | Panos London

Purple Romero visits Sweden as part of the Linking Southern Journalists project - Purple Romero | Panos London

Purple Romero is a reporter based in Manila in the Philippines and was published for the first time in 2010 with the Linking Southern Journalists project. She spoke about how the project has made a difference to her.

Talking and listening together to make healthcare better

03/19/2012 | Clodagh Miskelly

Discussing healthcare in a Beyond Consultation workshop - Andrew Testa | Panos London

Panos London, working with Naz Project London, is pleased to announce a new publication – Beyond Consultation: a guide for health commissioners.

Designing technology with girls in mind

03/08/2012 | Clodagh Miskelly

Disadvantaged women and girls need to be involved in information technology from the design stage, says Clodagh Miskelly, who calls on ICT developers to make this happen.

Earth summit’s special correspondent

03/05/2012 | Tim Williams

Langston James Goree VI - photo courtesy of IISD

Langston James “Kimo” Goree VI, Director of IISD Reporting Services, talked to Tim Williams about the International Institute for Sustainable Development, communication technology and what room there is for marginalised voices in this forum.

Empowerment radio: voices building a community

02/13/2012 | Panos London

Empowerment Radio by Birgitte Jallov

Birgitte Jallov talks about her new book, Empowerment Radio, and the potential for community radio to make a powerful, positive change for communities.

13th February: what’s in a date?

02/13/2012 | Tim Williams

The location of the UNESCO General Conference in Paris - Tim Williams | Panos London

Tim Williams had the pleasure of voting through the proposal for World Radio Day at the UNESCO general conference. But who would have guessed that establishing a date would be such a diplomatic minefield?

P is for G-nut and other schoolgirl errors

02/13/2012 | Anna Egan

DJ's Cato Lubwama (left) and Abbey Mukiidi announce the names on new born babies on the Kalisoliso early morning radio show, in Kampala, Uganda. Kalisoliso, meaning 'poke you nose', is one of the most popular radio shows in Uganda, with some 6 to 7 million listeners, and actively promotes high fertility rates, mainly among the Buganda tribe - Andrew McConnell | Panos Pictures

Anna Egan gets a lesson in speaking the language of the listeners at a radio station in Uganda.

Watch the ‘be included’ challenge films

02/08/2012 | Panos London

The filmmakers receive their challenge - to create a short film around marginalized voices in just 72 hours | Panos London

It’s your chance to say what you think about these five great films as we put them to a public vote. The winning filmmaker will be awarded a residency at Panos London to learn more about our work, particularly in terms of the use of participatory approaches to media and communication.

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