Community Media and Sustainable Livelihoods
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Caribbean Media Summit, Curaçao, 4 May 2013, Community Media & Sustainable Livelihoods, Presented via Skype by Mr. Ian Pringle, Education Specialist - Media // Hopeton, Kwame and Indi – it is an honour to “share” a panel with you. CARIMAC and UNESCO Kingston re both central partners for COL in the region. And we look forward to working more closely with Panos as we explore closer cooperation in Learning for Development in the region.
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