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Gender Equality Policy

Working towards gender equality

03/08/2016

Free Press Unlimited celebrates International Women's day 2016, by publishing its policy on gender equality. The policy outlines our commitment to integrate gender equality in all of our work

Radiosoap Sawa Shabab

Radio soap opera reconnects South Sudan’s youth

02/24/2016

With the ongoing civil war in South Sudan, the team working on the radio soap opera Sawa Shabab are putting their hearts and souls into building peace in South Sudan.  “Everyone loves Sawa Shabab.” 

Mama Sosa Zambia

Zambian women have their say

02/19/2016

The majority of the Zambian population who live off of less than a dollar a day are women. Through the Mama Sosa project, 30 Zambian women were trained in how to use media to shed light on their everyday challenges.

world radio day 2016

World Radio Day 2016: Long Live Radio!

02/11/2016

On World Radio Day 2016, we are celebrating radio as a medium that saves lives. Read about 5 of our radio projects and their impact.

In Memoriam: Amel Hamza, Radio Dabanga

02/01/2016

The Radio Dabanga team is shocked and saddened by the news of the sudden passing of their colleague Amel Hamza (41), who passed away after suffering a stroke last Wednesday night.

StoryMaker is out!

StoryMaker is out!

01/28/2016

Free Press Unlimited celebrates the release of StoryMaker 2.0! StoryMaker is an open source app, that enables anyone to make and share better stories with their mobile phone.

Kunumi, the native thunder

Free Press Unlimited has three nominations at the Prix Jeunesse International

01/28/2016

Three children and youth television productions from Free Press Unlimited were nominated by the Prix Jeunesse International. This bi-annual festival is also known as 'the Oscars of children's television'. 

Afghanistan

Statement of solidarity with the Afghan media community

01/25/2016

In response to the attacks of January 20th on Tolo TV, in which 8 people have been killed and 30 others injured, we stand in solidarity with the Afghan media community.

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