Database of French language resources: Covering COVID-19 symptoms, prevention and much more. TV spots and many other resources from multiple francophone countries.
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IOM X is the International Organization for Migration (IOM)’s campaign to encourage safe migration and public action to stop exploitation and human trafficking. Their website provides a number of free resources designed to to engage audiences about human trafficking and exploitation, as well as the tools to build a Communication for Development campaign.
The first part of the website is a library of downloadable IOM X materials. This includes videos, factsheets, presentations, research and training guides that you can use to support communication campaigns. These are mostly editable files.
The second part of the website guides readers through the process of creating a C4D campaign. Along with detailed instructions for every step, and tools you may need, such as facilitation guides and examples from past campaigns. Note that C4D approaches are relevant across IOM activities, not just counter-trafficking.
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Rashawn Thompson, broadcaster and journalist, discusses the lessons learnt by Jamaican broadcasters through recent Chikungunya virus outbreaks, and how this prepared them for Zika, as part of a wider discussion around media development.
This event was held in July 2016 as part of C4D Network’s ‘Focus Sessions’ series.
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Repression of civil society is rising. In 2012-2015, more than 120 laws restricting civil rights were introduced or proposed in 60 countries. Governments are implementing legal, administrative and other measures restricting operations of non-governmental organizations, particularly those rooted in marginalized communities disproportionately affected by HIV.
Repression tools include burdensome registration requirements, restrictions on basic freedoms (including peaceful assembly and online expression), physical attacks and imprisonment. Panellists explore the impacts of civil society restrictions and human rights violations on the HIV response and they will discuss how HIV advocates can defend essential civil liberties.
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