The International Broadcasting Trust  builds interest and support for global development on TV, on radio and online.

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HIV and Stigma

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2014 Sheffield Documentary Festival DocFest

Sheffield DocFest

Two 'must' sessions at the Sheffield Doc Fest

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BBC Future

The BBC’s international coverage plays an important role. We are concerned that some of this coverage is now under threat.

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HIV and stigma – latest

Last month we hosted a round table discussion to explore the opportunities for the media to play a bigger role in helping to tackle HIV related stigma.

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Reframing Climate Change

A panel of commissioners at the Sheffield Doc Festival will select the best idea which will be awarded development funding of £4,000

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annual review

2014 was a busy and productive year for us. Our annual review details our work across a range of activities – publishing two major reports HIV and Stigma – the media challenge and The Aid Industry – what journalists really think; organising briefings and training events for our members; lobbying Government, Parliament and media regulators; and working with broadcasters and producers on our Reframing Climate Change project.

We welcome your feedback on our events, research and website.

       IBT Annual Review

 

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