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KC team : a toolkit for training and supporting community writers to speak their world on HIV and TB

BARRY, Niamh
et al
2009

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This is a comprehensive guide to plan, implement and evaluate a successful Key Correspondents (KC) training workshop. This workshop is designed to bring together journalism skills and advocacy goals for all participants. KCs who complete this workshop will be able to share their perspectives and experience with civil society and mainstream audiences to influence the discourse around HIV and TB. This toolkit is separated into two key documents: the Key Correspondent Training Workshop Manual and the Key Correspondent Quick Reference Guide - a set of handouts

Soul City

January 2006

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The Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication (SC IHDC) is a social change project which aims to impact on society at the individual, community and socio-political levels. SC IHDC is South Africa's premier edutainment project. The webiste includes details and publications about all major Soul City projects, including evaluation reports, advocacy material and training material

Reporting on HIV/AIDS

CLAYTON, Julie
2003

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Online training module on HIV and AIDS journalism with a selection of supplementary materials. Covers two areas: communication skills and finding and evaluating HIV and AIDS information on the internet. Includes signposting to HIV/AIDS-related mailing lists, websites and reports

Voices for change : rural woman and communication

BALIT, Silvia
COMMUNICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT GROUP
1999

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This book describes how, in the current climate of political and socio-economic change, communication can play a decisive role in promoting food security and rural development. By fostering a dialogue between rural people and other sectors of society, communication processes can empower both women and men to provide information and knowledge as a basis for change and innovation. It can give rural women a voice to advocate changes in policies, attitudes and social behaviour or customs that negatively affect them. The book briefly explores these complicated ideas, focussing on how communication processes can be harnessed. It then describes how different technologies, from the internet, video and radio, to traditional media, can be used. It is illustrated with brief case studies throughout

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