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Production opportunity: UNESCO Call for Television Proposals
ICT-enhanced public service broadcasting:Contributing to the development of human rights, peace, tolerance and the fight against discrimination

Within the framework of UNESCO's CCT Project "Harnessing ICTs for the audiovisual industry and public service broadcasting in developing countries" (VI.2.5.2), UNESCO is launching a call on television and film professionals to submit their production proposals for a series of production grants.

According to the UNESCO website, they want to produce and distribute a series of audio-visual productions targeted to all publics, but particularly attractive for young adults (20 - 35), aimed at increasing understanding of the development and societal issues identified as priority fields by UNESCO, namely:
  1. Human Rights;
  2. Peace;
  3. Tolerance;
  4. Fight against discrimination;
  5. Millennium Development Goals, particularly poverty-alleviation and gender equality and women empowerment;
  6. Freedom of Expression; and
  7. Intercultural communication.
Amount of grants:

Grants will not exceed US$15,000. If travel is required for the development of the project (e.g. preparatory workshop with selected producers), this will be covered separately.

More information here

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