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WOMEN TALK PEACE: Radio Productions on UN Security Council Resolution 1325
LIBERIA

    







    This section contains four  
    radio productions on women,
    peace and security issues in 
    English, Kpelle and Bassa. 
    The radio productions
    describe the impact of violent 
    conflict on Liberian women. At
    the same time, they also reflect
    the impact of such conflicts on
    other parts of the African region.
    It is the second in a series of
    African radio productions   
    that the IWTC plans to produce 
    and disseminate in partnership 
    with radio broadcasters in the 
    Asia-Pacific and Africa.

ENGLISH
1. Women Talk Peace - Liberian Women and Resolution 1325
13.54 minutes

2. Babygirl, the Future Peace Negotiator

5.17 minutes

3. Women taking part in Liberia’s reconstruction
8.28 minutes

4. Did you know? A radio spot on Resolution 1325 2.33 minutes  

KPELLE & BASSA
These productions have also been made available in Kpelle and Bassa but we are unable to type out their names in those languages as the script is unavailable to us as an electronic font. However, you can access the productions in these languages by clicking on the track number.

KPELLE                                BASSA                                                               
1. Track 1                             1. Track 1
2. Track 2                             2. Track 2
3. Track 3                             3. Track 3
4. Track 4                             4. Track 4

2006. Creative Commons. Produced by the International Women's Tribune Centre in partnership with the Liberian Women Media and Action Committee. These radio productions were made possible by support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway, the Human Security Program in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada, United Nations Development Fund for Women, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway. Special thanks to Talking Drums Studio for the use of their recording facilities.

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