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Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

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CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

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Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

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CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

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Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


Mass-line Media Center

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a media focused non-profit organization engaged in the development sector since 1995, works for promotion of human rights and democratic values through professionalism in media particularly journalism. Its overall objective is to remain an advocate for freedom of opinion, expression and free flow of information in the media. Access of the rural poor to relevant and affordable information is expected to be the ultimate result of MMC’s work. At present, MMC is implementing projects with the objective that the respect for human rights of women and men, democratic participation of all citizens in the political process and good governance are promoted through a pluralistic, independent and professional media sector.

Details


CVIPS

The project aims to contribute in creating poor and disadvantaged people's access to Local Government Institutes (LGIs) services capacitate journalists and local media houses on specific local governance issues and its concept including RTI Law; uniting the journalists associations to work in a platform on local governance and decentralization issues with mutual cooperation of the government officials; build-up linkage between local journalists and national media institutes; address governance issues of LGIs in local and national media wider and in-depth coverage, educate mass people about RTI Law, sway public opinion regarding LGIs services and schemes on the grounds of legal services, education, health and agricultural extension services. The project intends to capacitate mostly local print media journalists and grassroots journalists to play catalyst role in bridging gap between the poor, disadvantaged people and with the local government institutions.

Details


Radio Lokobetar

The country's first community radio named Lokobetar has begun broadcasting in the district town of Barguna to build public opinion on development issues like democracy, good governance, human rights, anti-corruption, health and women empowerment.

Mass-line Media Centre (MMC), a development organisation, with financial and technical support from Unesco, set up the radio station, which has been on trial since May 27 and is expected to go for full-fledged transmission by mid-June.

MMC officials will operate the radio while local community will star in the programmes.
Tarek Mahmud, acting head of Lokobetar, said the radio equipment costs stand at about Tk 10 lakh.


Shishuprokash

MMC as a media focused organization is keen to address child and adolescent rights issues to the people through disseminating information in media, both the national and local level. As an output of its thinking, MMC in cooperation with the UNICEF established a dedicated News Agency for Children named Shishu Prokash on May 2005. The vision was to strengthening children’s participation in the media as well as to enhance both the quality and quantity of child development and rights based news in Bangladesh. It was the first ever children news agency in Asia. Shishu Prokash started its journey as a pilot project on May 2005, and continued till December 2005. Successful completion of pilot project, the first phase started on June 2006 and continued till May 2007. The project’s second phase started on November 2007 and continued to October 2008. Now 3rd phase is going on. It has been stared June 2008 and will be continued to November 2011.

Details


‘World Press Freedom Day 2014’ Observed by Mass-Line Media Centre

 Mass-Line Media Centre (MMC) organized a seminar on `Free Media for Good Governance’ on the eve of `World Press Freedom Day’ on May 3, 2014 in CIRDAP auditorium...

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MMC to observe World Press Freedom Day 2014

Mass-line Media Centre ( MMC) is going to organize a Seminar on “Free Media Contribute to Good Governance, Empowerment and Eradicating Poverty”  with support from Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) & UNESCO to be held on 20 Baishakh 1421; 3 May 2014, Saturday at CIRDAP Auditorium, Dhaka. The Honorable Minister...

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World Press Freedom Day-2012 Observed

Media Freedom, Access of Information and Journalists Safety in Bangladesh
Md. ShahiduI lslam

Presently, Mass Media is very much popular to all class readers, listeners and professionals in national and remotes due to rapid growth of media channels and promotions of communication, information and technology development. Media is now growing a glittering response from the juveniles and young generation, and have...
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World Press Freedom Day-2011 Observed

The seminar on `21 Century Media: New Frontiers New Barriers' was held on 3 May in IDB Bhaban Auditorium, Dhaka. Mass-line Media Centre (MMC) organized the seminar with the support of Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). Chief Guest of the seminar Dr. Sadeka Halim, Information Commissioner said- freedom of media...

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Bangladesh First Community Radio Observed Anniversary

Lokobetar, the first Community Radio in Bangladesh celebrated it’s first anniversary on May 27, 2012. Mass-Line Media Centre (MMC) launched to broadcast its activities in Barguna last year.  The day was observed through offering welcome speech by the MP...

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Raising Community Voice through Media for the Restoration of Human Rights and Good Governance Project

MMC is enduring with this project, which has been started from August 2007 with the support of development partner Caritas Switzerland. Mymensing, Tangail, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Netrokona, and Kishorgongo districts of greater Mymensing area have been included under this project heading.

From January 2012 MMC and...

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Bangladesh Ninth Parliamentary Elections 2008

Bangladesh Ninth Parliamentary Elections

December 29, 2008

PRELIMINARY ELECTION OBSERVATION REPORT

I. ABOUT EWG

The Election Working Group (EWG) is a non-partisan, 32-member national coalition of civil society organizations that share a common commitment to...

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