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International Day of Democracy

Today marks the International Day of Democracy. An event piloted by the United Nations which aims to promote democratic values worldwide. This year’s initiative…

World Press Freedom Day 2014: advancing the development agenda

World Press Freedom day is an opportunity to celebrate the fundamental principles of freedom of the press, raise awareness around violations of press freedom and…

World Radio Day – enhancing global dialogue

13 February is UNESCO’s World Radio Day and is a time to reflect on the importance of the radio in furthering communication throughout the world.

2013: a year in review

  This timeline looks back at some of the major events that took place in 2013.   February On…

Human Rights Day 2013: pushing the agenda

Since 1950, two years after the adoption by the UN’s General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10 December has been celebrated annually…

Wilton Park World Radio is launched

Today sees the launch of Wilton Park World Radio on which we will broadcast a selection of our podcasts covering a range of issues and…

Wilton Park media workshop in Vietnam

Facilitating a workshop for journalists takes Wilton Park to Vietnam for the first time. Publicising disaster preparedness activity through the news is a crucial part of…

A new look at the media in fragile states: a core element of the future development agenda?

Our upcoming conference follows recent important developments at the UN, and will provide a forum for detailed discussions on issues relating to the role of…

20 years of World Press Freedom Day

World Press Freedom Day is an opportunity for the international community to renew its commitment to freedom of expression in challenging times. We have experienced…

Soft power focus takes us to Brazil

Brazilian Minister for Culture, Marta Suplicy, was the keynote speaker opening the round table in Sao Paulo. Her broad ranging speech covered the diversity of…