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WOMEN TALK PEACE: Radio Productions on UNSCR 1325                         
PHILIPPINES













    This section contains four radio  
    productions on women, peace
    and security issues in the
    Philippines which also draw
    parallels to the impact of
    violent conflict in other parts of
    Asia-Pacific. It is the first in a
    series of radio productions that
    the IWTC plans to produce and 
    disseminate in partnership with 
    radio broadcasters in the
    Asia_Pacific and Africa.

Click on the name of the track you want to listen to. (All tracks are in .mp3 format)

ENGLISH
1.
Asia-Pacific Women and UNSCR 1325   
Radio feature
12.08 minutes                                                 
2. Ana, the Future Peace Negotiator
Radio drama on UNSCR 1325 - English
3:59 minutes 
3. Did u know
Radio plug - long version
1.45 minutes
4. Did u know 
Radio plug - short version
1.06 minutes

FILIPINO
1.
Ang Kababaihan sa Asya-Pasipiko at Ang UNSCR 1325 tungkol sa Kababaihan, Kapayapaan, at Seguridad
Talakayan
15 minuto
2. Si Ana, ang Negosyador tungkol sa Kapayapaan
Drama
4:06 minuto
3. Alam ba ninyo
Paalala - mahabang bersyon
1 minuto
4. Alam ba ninyo                                                                                            Paalala - maiksing bersyon
45 segundo

Download a copy of the scripts:
English [Word] [PDF]
Filipino [Word] [PDF]

           2005. Creative Commons. Produced by the International Women's Tribune Centre
                   made possible by the support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland,  
                                                             and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

For more information, write to Mavic Cabrera Balleza at mavic@iwtc.org