Association mondiale des radiodiffuseurs communautaires (AMARC)
World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters
Asociación Mundial de Radios Comunitarias
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1983 Montréal QC Canada
Support and contribute to the development of participatory radio along the principles of solidarity and international cooperation; develop and further a general understanding of the concept and role of community radio; promote use of community radio as a viable alternative model for communication; promote use of community radio as a tool for development, peace, justice and solidarity; promote and facilitate cooperation and information exchange between community radio broadcasters; defend community radio broadcasters who are threatened by political developments; contribute to the democratization of communication that meets the needs and demands of communities, in the pursuit of a new world information balance.
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General Assembly (at least every 4 years); Board of Directors (meets annually); Executive Committee; General Secretariat. Regional Sections (4): ALC; African; Asia-Pacific; E-AA1272 - AMARC Europe. Action Committees. Includes: Women's International Network.
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