CR-CIT: Certified Peer Reviewers

A total of 27 community radio practitioners have been certified as Peer Reviewers after they attended two workshops to train on the Self-Assessment and Peer Review process recommended by the UNESCO Chair on Community Media in using the Community Radio-Continuous...

CR-CIT COP launched

UNESCO Chair on Community Media is pleased to announce the launch of CR-CIT Community of Practice (CR-CIT COP), an online forum for CR practitioners, enthusiasts, trainers, researchers and importantly, Certified Peers. The Community of Practice forum, although based...

Training of Peers in using CR-CIT

The UNESCO Chair on Community Media, with support from Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA), New Delhi, will conduct two workshops towards building the capacities of Peers for self-assessment using the Community Radio-Continuous Improvement Toolkit...
IMPROVE

IMPROVE

“It is important to emphasise that continuous improvement isn’t one particular system or specific way of doing something, it’s a mindset, based on the knowledge that there is always a better way of doing things and therefore a journey that never...
SHARE

SHARE

This continuous improvement toolkit for community radio has been conceptualised within a co-learning paradigm, incorporating key principles such as: peer learning, reciprocal value of knowledge-sharers, mutual trust, and collective and individual...