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Conflict conscious News Management in Nepal's peace process: Lessons from Sri Lanka
Activities related to this project were carried out by Panos South Asia (PSA) together with Media Services International (MSI) and International Media Support (IMS), supported by the World Association of Newspapers (WAN) in Kathmandu in April 2003. The primary activity was a 1-day Conflict Conscious News Management seminar targeted at senior media decision-makers, at Godavari Village Resort, Kathmandu, Nepal. In addition, a public forum and two newsroom seminars were held. ...More
India - Pakistan Media Retreat: Nagarkote, Nepal
Following a meeting with the members of its Regional Advisory Council, Panos South Asia consulted some of its media partners about whether the media could play a role in reducing the escalating tension between India and Pakistan. Himal South Asian, a monthly news magazine and partner from Nepal, was quick to respond. ...More
Can Indian and Pakistani Media Help Prevent a Nuclear Escalation in South Asia?
Bellagio Media Gatekeepers' retreat - 2003 In July 2003, Panos South Asia brought together at the Rockefeller Foundation's conference centre in Bellagio, Italy, a diverse group of Indian and Pakistani media persons including publishers, senior decision-makers, working journalists from television and print media, and social scientists who work with media issues. The topic under discussion was "Can Indian and Pakistani Media Help Prevent a Nuclear Escalation in South Asia?"
The regional workshop in Kathmandu from 6-7 December, 2004 was attended by about 50 participants representing governments, civil societies and media from Bangladesh, India and Nepal. The two-day workshop deliberated on the findings of the Ganga project and charted a future course of action for taking forward potential conflict issues on Ganga water management. The English version of the project's report/book entitled 'Disputes Over The Ganga, A Look at Potential Water-Related Conflicts in South Asia' was released during the inaugural session of the regional dissemination workshop. ...More