Events

Tuesday November 21, 2017
Start: 21/11/2017 00:00

3-day ‘Responsible Business Forum’ (RBF) to be held in Singapore on 21-23 November 2017. It is an annual event that brings together experts and senior officials to examine the current trends in SDGs with case studies and perspectives from businesses, governments,

UN agencies, investors and international experts. This forum will introduce integrated approach to implement SDGs, provide solutions for accelerating action, tools for measuring performance and impact. The event will showcase lessons and experience from more than 600 leaders from

across the entire region, providing an array of examples which participating broadcasters can draw from to help communicate the SDGs to their respective audiences.

Wednesday November 22, 2017

3-day ‘Responsible Business Forum’ (RBF) to be held in Singapore on 21-23 November 2017. It is an annual event that brings together experts and senior officials to examine the current trends in SDGs with case studies and perspectives from businesses, governments,

UN agencies, investors and international experts. This forum will introduce integrated approach to implement SDGs, provide solutions for accelerating action, tools for measuring performance and impact. The event will showcase lessons and experience from more than 600 leaders from

across the entire region, providing an array of examples which participating broadcasters can draw from to help communicate the SDGs to their respective audiences.

Thursday November 23, 2017
Start: 21/11/2017 00:00
End: 23/11/2017 00:00

3-day ‘Responsible Business Forum’ (RBF) to be held in Singapore on 21-23 November 2017. It is an annual event that brings together experts and senior officials to examine the current trends in SDGs with case studies and perspectives from businesses, governments,

UN agencies, investors and international experts. This forum will introduce integrated approach to implement SDGs, provide solutions for accelerating action, tools for measuring performance and impact. The event will showcase lessons and experience from more than 600 leaders from

across the entire region, providing an array of examples which participating broadcasters can draw from to help communicate the SDGs to their respective audiences.

Monday November 27, 2017
Start: 27/11/2017 00:00

With the advent of technology in 21st century, our world has become a global village, the canvas of journalism has expanded a lot during these years, but so has its challenges.

According to a U.N’s report, globally every five days, a journalist is killed on field, while bringing information to the public. Working in natural disaster prone areas, war zones, and many other non-conflict situations created by organized crime groups, militia, security personnel and even police at times, make local journalists vulnerable. Journalists in Asia-Pacific experiencing natural disasters or conflict zones should be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills for their own protection.

The aim of this workshop is to train participants from broadcasting organisations, especially working in such hostile situations, on the necessary skills for preparedness, and how to overcome hostile situations while reporting for their organizations.

Tuesday November 28, 2017

With the advent of technology in 21st century, our world has become a global village, the canvas of journalism has expanded a lot during these years, but so has its challenges.

According to a U.N’s report, globally every five days, a journalist is killed on field, while bringing information to the public. Working in natural disaster prone areas, war zones, and many other non-conflict situations created by organized crime groups, militia, security personnel and even police at times, make local journalists vulnerable. Journalists in Asia-Pacific experiencing natural disasters or conflict zones should be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills for their own protection.

The aim of this workshop is to train participants from broadcasting organisations, especially working in such hostile situations, on the necessary skills for preparedness, and how to overcome hostile situations while reporting for their organizations.

Wednesday November 29, 2017

With the advent of technology in 21st century, our world has become a global village, the canvas of journalism has expanded a lot during these years, but so has its challenges.

According to a U.N’s report, globally every five days, a journalist is killed on field, while bringing information to the public. Working in natural disaster prone areas, war zones, and many other non-conflict situations created by organized crime groups, militia, security personnel and even police at times, make local journalists vulnerable. Journalists in Asia-Pacific experiencing natural disasters or conflict zones should be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills for their own protection.

The aim of this workshop is to train participants from broadcasting organisations, especially working in such hostile situations, on the necessary skills for preparedness, and how to overcome hostile situations while reporting for their organizations.

Thursday November 30, 2017
Start: 27/11/2017 00:00
End: 30/11/2017 00:00

With the advent of technology in 21st century, our world has become a global village, the canvas of journalism has expanded a lot during these years, but so has its challenges.

According to a U.N’s report, globally every five days, a journalist is killed on field, while bringing information to the public. Working in natural disaster prone areas, war zones, and many other non-conflict situations created by organized crime groups, militia, security personnel and even police at times, make local journalists vulnerable. Journalists in Asia-Pacific experiencing natural disasters or conflict zones should be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills for their own protection.

The aim of this workshop is to train participants from broadcasting organisations, especially working in such hostile situations, on the necessary skills for preparedness, and how to overcome hostile situations while reporting for their organizations.

Monday December 04, 2017
Start: 04/12/2017 08:30

Aims

The workshop aims to provide basic engineering fundamentals for broadcast engineers who are beginning their careers and IT staff who are working with delivery teams. The workshop will help participants to learn about the latest changes and advancements in broadcast technologies in the media value chain. It will also focus on fundamentals of audio and video systems, techniques, alternative delivery methods and applications.

Tuesday December 05, 2017

Aims

The workshop aims to provide basic engineering fundamentals for broadcast engineers who are beginning their careers and IT staff who are working with delivery teams. The workshop will help participants to learn about the latest changes and advancements in broadcast technologies in the media value chain. It will also focus on fundamentals of audio and video systems, techniques, alternative delivery methods and applications.

Wednesday December 06, 2017

Aims

The workshop aims to provide basic engineering fundamentals for broadcast engineers who are beginning their careers and IT staff who are working with delivery teams. The workshop will help participants to learn about the latest changes and advancements in broadcast technologies in the media value chain. It will also focus on fundamentals of audio and video systems, techniques, alternative delivery methods and applications.

Thursday December 07, 2017

Aims

The workshop aims to provide basic engineering fundamentals for broadcast engineers who are beginning their careers and IT staff who are working with delivery teams. The workshop will help participants to learn about the latest changes and advancements in broadcast technologies in the media value chain. It will also focus on fundamentals of audio and video systems, techniques, alternative delivery methods and applications.

Friday December 08, 2017
Start: 04/12/2017 08:30
End: 08/12/2017 17:00

Aims

The workshop aims to provide basic engineering fundamentals for broadcast engineers who are beginning their careers and IT staff who are working with delivery teams. The workshop will help participants to learn about the latest changes and advancements in broadcast technologies in the media value chain. It will also focus on fundamentals of audio and video systems, techniques, alternative delivery methods and applications.

Wednesday December 13, 2017
Start: 13/12/2017 14:27

Sub-Regional SDG Workshop on Ending Poverty

13 - 14 December 2017   Dhaka, Bangladesh

Thursday December 14, 2017
Start: 13/12/2017 14:27
End: 14/12/2017 14:27

Sub-Regional SDG Workshop on Ending Poverty

13 - 14 December 2017   Dhaka, Bangladesh