and for our country teams
Yes, this issue of how to work in sensitive context is such an important one for BRACED - almost everyone is working in this situation
I think linking in with in-country staff who will message and loop in the gov't will be vital
but events/stories can be construed differently and have unintended consequences
so we must be extra vigilant about how we communicate with each other I suspect
and key stakeholders in country
Any tips for others in dealing with those situations, Paul?
Go ahead, Nathalie. Welcome to write in French as well if you like!
Is that the main way you hope to get ideas across, Nathalie? Rural radio?
not only with rural radio
is an example of partnership
we can habe to build a strong media group relatide to braced programme
J'explique que ne afrique il ya pa ssouvent de journaliste freelance
donc pour un reseau durable
il faut drafter des MEMORENDUM DE PARTENARIAT AVEC DES GROUPES DE PRESSE
Do most on the call understand French? If not, Kathryn, could you translate and sum up?
So, Nathalie, le partnership with the rural radio, means that ENDA records the emissions and shares, since there is a lack of journalists?
Avec en echange le renforcement de capacité des journalistes
A summary would be useful
OK, so it goes along with training to building capacity of journalists.
NO ENDA PRODUIT L'E
One thing we've found is that you've got to train not only the journalists but their editors, or the journalists don't get assigned to do reporting/programmes on climate and resilience issues
just about, been a few years so getting the brain going
Are most of you aiming your communications in local languages? I'd assume so
They is no lack of journalist
@all: Nathalie is talkign about the importance of building an official partnership with rural radio, especially when there is a lack of qualified journalists in the country.
yes and community radio or broadcasting, its the heads and editors need guidance
A-ha, okay, there is a lack of journalists interested in the topics then.
I also think it's about curating the right sort of stories that journalists can sell to their editors -without having too much of an uphill battle
@Paul, Dominic and Cameron, will you have official partnerships with local and rural radio? Or does BBC radio in Myanmar have that type of reach?
you need to deal with them