While the internet is beneficial for a rapidly growing number of users in Bangladesh, it poses threats of cybercrime. The project will work to reduce the internet-induced vulnerability of school children.
This project works with media professionals, online content creators and other stakeholders to increase the flow of quality contents on human rights in the media and online.
This project exclusively worked with local media in Bogura and Rangpur, built their capacity to address extremism, and linked citizen journalists to the local media.
To assist the journalists to produce global standard stories on preventing violent extremism (PVE), a resource book was developed under this project.
This project employed social media as vehicles for alternative narratives against extremist views that are particularly channelized through social media.
The project built journalists’ skills to investigate and report on violent extremism and its drivers in order to improve audiences’ understanding and awareness on the issue.
A comprehensive guideline for running disaster-focused live radio shows was developed for community radios and broadcasted pilot radio programmes.
This project engaged media to advocate for women farmers’ rights and recognition.
By involving the media sector, the project worked to improve agriculture information market system.
Mass media holds a powerful role in human rights communication, through training and workshops, this project strengthened the roles of journalists to defend human rights.
A toolkit was developed for media professionals highlighting different issues of climate change, priorities, financing and practice.
The research investigated TV agriculture programmes to strengthen the way to provide more farmer-friendly contents.
The project worked with media to in monitoring climate funding and impacts and adaptation requirements of the communities.
With capacity building initiatives, this project worked with journalists and engaged them in monitoring of public funds of local government.