PACMAS: state of media and communication report: regional
reportposted on 20.01.2017 by Jo Tacchi, Heather Horst, Evangelia Papoutsaki, Verena Thomas, Joys Eggins
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
The Pacific Media Assistance Scheme (PACMAS) is an AusAID-funded regional media program that supports better governance in the Pacific through the development of a diverse, independent and professional media, promoting informed and meaningful public discourse region-wide. The program is managed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and is based in Vanuatu. The PACMAS State of Media and Communication Study was undertaken through a partnership between RMIT University (Australia), the University of Goroka (UoG, Papua New Guinea) and UNITEC (New Zealand). The study was commissioned as a baseline study to inform PACMAS activities across 14 countries. The study was developed and undertaken between June 2012 and April 2013, and included visits to each country to conduct a total of 212 individual interviews, and the establishment of a Panel of Expertise for verification
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