World Congress on Communication for Development

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World Congress on Communication for Development Rome, Italy October 25-27, 2006

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Objectives To unite senior strategy and decisionmakers, experienced experts, driving scholastics and delegates from associations supporting and additionally doing correspondence programs Showcase the abundance of experience from around the globe in the field of C4D and its esteem added to advancement Demonstrate to the more extensive improvement group and approach producers the adequacy of C4D in helping them meet today's most squeezing improvement challenges

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Objectives cont... Fabricate an arrangement of proposals on the most proficient method to consolidate Communication into improvement approach and practice Develop a backing technique for mainstreaming correspondence being developed strategy/rehearse Provide members with an arrangement of promotion devices they can use to put forth a convincing defense for C4D to impact their bodies electorate of administration, approach creators, funders Promote organizations, systems and partnerships for efficient support, civil argument and discourse to advance more viable C4D hone

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WCCD Session Themes [working titles] Health in a Time of Poverty Communication for Good Governance Communication for Sustainable Development New Frontiers in Communication *Six sessions per topic + 12 Special Events/Hot Topics

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Health in a Time of Poverty HIV/AIDS, Sexuality & Gender: Message and Voice Immunization: Success & Stagnation Maternal, Child, & Reproductive Health: Entitlement and Obligation Tobacco: Smoke & Advertising

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Communication for Good Governance Public Sector Governance The Role of Media in Governance Anti-Corruption & Institutional Transparency Voice & Accountability – The Demand Side

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Communication for Sustainable Development Food Security, Rural Development & Livelihood Strategies Natural Resources Management & the Environment Poverty Reduction & Equity Issues

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WCCD Organization Host Secretariat Steering Committee Scientific Committee Advisory Body

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Host Secretariat

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Steering Committee AMARC Asian Media Information and Communication Center (AMIC) Calandria CECIP Communication for Social Change Consortium DFID Europan Commission, DG Development Exchange Global Communication Research Association (GCRA) Italian DG for Development Cooperation SADC-Center of Communication for Development Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC) Soul City IHDC UNDP UNESCO UNICEF USAID

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Silvia Balit (ITALY) Luis Ramiro Beltran (BOLIVIA) Bolivian National Press Association Guy Bessette (CANADA) International Development Research Center ( IDRC) Maria Celeste H. Cadiz (PHILIPPINES) University of the Philippines Los Baños Nabil H. Dajani (LEBANON) American University of Beirut Cees Hamelink (NETHERLANDS) University of Amsterdam Robert Huesca (BOLIVIA/USA) Trinity University Thomas Jackobson (USA) Temple University Ullamaija Kivijuru (FINLAND) University of Helsinki Rico Lie (NETHERLANDS) Wageningen University Shuang Liu (CHINA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Eric Louw (SOUTH AFRICA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland John Mayo (USA) Florida State University Francis B. Nyamnjoh (CAMEROON/SENEGAL) CODESRIA Levi Obijiofor (NIGERIA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Raphael Obregon (USA/COLOMBIA) Ohio University Charles Okigbo (USA) North Dakota State University Ricardo Ramírez, (MEXICO/CANADA) University of Guelph Douglas Story (USA) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Pradip Thomas (INDIA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Thomas Tufte (DENMARK) Roskilde Universitetscenter Robert White (TANZANIA) University of Tanzania Karin Gwinn Wilkins (USA) University of Texas at Austin Scientific Committee Chair: Prof. Jan Servaes (BELGIUM/AUSTRALIA) Silvia Balit (ITALY) Guy Bessette (CANADA) Maria Celeste H. Cadiz (PHILIPPINES) Nabil H. Dajani (LEBANON) Cees Hamelink (NETHERLANDS) Robert Huesca (BOLIVIA/USA) Thomas Jackobson (USA) Ullamaija Kivijuru (FINLAND) Rico Lie (NETHERLANDS) Shuang Liu (CHINA/AUSTRALIA) Eric Louw (SOUTH AFRICA/AUSTRALIA) John Mayo (USA) Francis B. Nyamnjoh (CAMEROON/SENEGAL) Levi Obijiofor (NIGERIA/AUSTRALIA) Raphael Obregon (USA/COLOMBIA) Charles Okigbo (USA) Ricardo Ramírez, (MEXICO/CANADA) Douglas Story (USA) Pradip Thomas (INDIA/AUSTRALIA) Thomas Tufte (DENMARK) Robert White (TANZANIA) Karin Gwinn Wilkins (USA)

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Silvia Balit (ITALY) Luis Ramiro Beltran (BOLIVIA) Bolivian National Press Association Guy Bessette (CANADA) International Development Research Center ( IDRC) Maria Celeste H. Cadiz (PHILIPPINES) University of the Philippines Los Baños Nabil H. Dajani (LEBANON) American University of Beirut Cees Hamelink (NETHERLANDS) University of Amsterdam Robert Huesca (BOLIVIA/USA) Trinity University Thomas Jackobson (USA) Temple University Ullamaija Kivijuru (FINLAND) University of Helsinki Rico Lie (NETHERLANDS) Wageningen University Shuang Liu (CHINA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Eric Louw (SOUTH AFRICA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland John Mayo (USA) Florida State University Francis B. Nyamnjoh (CAMEROON/SENEGAL) CODESRIA Levi Obijiofor (NIGERIA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Raphael Obregon (USA/COLOMBIA) Ohio University Charles Okigbo (USA) North Dakota State University Ricardo Ramírez, (MEXICO/CANADA) University of Guelph Douglas Story (USA) Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Pradip Thomas (INDIA/AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland Thomas Tufte (DENMARK) Roskilde Universitetscenter Robert White (TANZANIA) University of Tanzania Karin Gwinn Wilkins (USA) University of Texas at Austin Mainstreaming Communication for Development: Rationale, Evidence and Recommendations An Advocacy Paper for Policy/Decisionmakers Demonstrate the esteem C4D adds to improvement activities and the confirmation for its effect Show them "what's in it for me" concerning viably tending to the advancement challenges they confront Propose an arrangement of approach suggestions on the most proficient method to standard this teach being developed strategies over various improvement divisions

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Advisory Body [`50 Strategic accomplices including two-sided and multilateral associations, colleges, NGOs and foundations] Provide Comment/Feedback on Mainstreaming Study Help distinguish enter policymakers to take part in the Congress and in the Policymaker's Forum Advise on the post-Congress Advocacy Strategy and Mainstreaming Agenda Follow up on the proposals leaving the Congress in their particular associations Form premise of a Global Alliance on Communication for Development [potential medium-term outcome]

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Advisory Body [cont...] As of today 27 associations from five landmasses: Africa (4), Asia (2), Europe (8), South America (3) and North America (10). Stomach muscle incorporates a blend of the scholarly world, professionals and approach and decisionmakers: 1 reciprocal, 3 multilaterals, 5 NGOs and CSOs, 6 Universities/scholastic affiliations, 2 establishments, 4 UN organizations, 4 systems/unions, and 2 investigate focuses.

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www.devcomm-congress.org

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Thanks for listening and we trust you can go along with us in Rome!

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