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  • AUCC JOINS UNESCO TO CELEBRATE WORLD RADIO DAY

    This year’s World Radio Day was observed in Accra on Feb.13, 2014, with a call on women to strive to be active in the practice of journalism and media management- particularly radio.


    The event was organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the theme: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio. This year’s celebration was used to, among other things, sensitise radio station owners, executives, journalists and governments to develop gender-related policies and strategies for radio; strive towards eliminating stereotypes; build radio skills for youth radio production, with a focus on girls as producers, hosts, reporters; and promote safety of women radio journalists. Dr. Andy Ofori- Birikorang of the Department of Mass Communications, University of Winneba, spoke on the “Evolution of Radio in Ghana and the Country’s Democratic Culture.” He said “although radio has promoted democracy in the country, personnel of some private media houses are fond of airing statements which seriously tarnish the image of broadcast journalism in Ghana”. 

  • AUCC JOINS UNESCO TO CELEBRATE WORLD RADIO DAY

    This year’s World Radio Day was observed in Accra on Feb.13, 2014, with a call on women to strive to be active in the practice of journalism and media management- particularly radio.


    The event was organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the theme: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio. This year’s celebration was used to, among other things, sensitise radio station owners, executives, journalists and governments to develop gender-related policies and strategies for radio; strive towards eliminating stereotypes; build radio skills for youth radio production, with a focus on girls as producers, hosts, reporters; and promote safety of women radio journalists. Dr. Andy Ofori- Birikorang of the Department of Mass Communications, University of Winneba, spoke on the “Evolution of Radio in Ghana and the Country’s Democratic Culture.” He said “although radio has promoted democracy in the country, personnel of some private media houses are fond of airing statements which seriously tarnish the image of broadcast journalism in Ghana”. 

  • AUCC JOINS UNESCO TO CELEBRATE WORLD RADIO DAY

    This year’s World Radio Day was observed in Accra on Feb.13, 2014, with a call on women to strive to be active in the practice of journalism and media management- particularly radio.


    The event was organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the theme: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio. This year’s celebration was used to, among other things, sensitise radio station owners, executives, journalists and governments to develop gender-related policies and strategies for radio; strive towards eliminating stereotypes; build radio skills for youth radio production, with a focus on girls as producers, hosts, reporters; and promote safety of women radio journalists. Dr. Andy Ofori- Birikorang of the Department of Mass Communications, University of Winneba, spoke on the “Evolution of Radio in Ghana and the Country’s Democratic Culture.” He said “although radio has promoted democracy in the country, personnel of some private media houses are fond of airing statements which seriously tarnish the image of broadcast journalism in Ghana”. 

  • AUCC JOINS UNESCO TO CELEBRATE WORLD RADIO DAY

    This year’s World Radio Day was observed in Accra on Feb.13, 2014, with a call on women to strive to be active in the practice of journalism and media management- particularly radio.


    The event was organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the theme: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio. This year’s celebration was used to, among other things, sensitise radio station owners, executives, journalists and governments to develop gender-related policies and strategies for radio; strive towards eliminating stereotypes; build radio skills for youth radio production, with a focus on girls as producers, hosts, reporters; and promote safety of women radio journalists. Dr. Andy Ofori- Birikorang of the Department of Mass Communications, University of Winneba, spoke on the “Evolution of Radio in Ghana and the Country’s Democratic Culture.” He said “although radio has promoted democracy in the country, personnel of some private media houses are fond of airing statements which seriously tarnish the image of broadcast journalism in Ghana”. 

  • AUCC JOINS UNESCO TO CELEBRATE WORLD RADIO DAY

    This year’s World Radio Day was observed in Accra on Feb.13, 2014, with a call on women to strive to be active in the practice of journalism and media management- particularly radio.


    The event was organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) on the theme: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio. This year’s celebration was used to, among other things, sensitise radio station owners, executives, journalists and governments to develop gender-related policies and strategies for radio; strive towards eliminating stereotypes; build radio skills for youth radio production, with a focus on girls as producers, hosts, reporters; and promote safety of women radio journalists. Dr. Andy Ofori- Birikorang of the Department of Mass Communications, University of Winneba, spoke on the “Evolution of Radio in Ghana and the Country’s Democratic Culture.” He said “although radio has promoted democracy in the country, personnel of some private media houses are fond of airing statements which seriously tarnish the image of broadcast journalism in Ghana”. 

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