BBC Media Action

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BBC Media Action is the BBC’s international charity we believe in the power of media and communication for good.

We reach more than 100 million people a year – helping to save lives and improve health, protect livelihoods, challenge inequality and build more peaceful and democratic societies.

Through Inclusive Futures, we’re delivering media and communication projects in Nigeria, Tanzania and Bangladesh to improve knowledge of disability rights and challenge societal stigma. Activities include disability-inclusive radio magazine and drama shows, as well as training and mentoring for local media outlets to tackle discrimination and bias in content and normalise inclusion of persons with .


We're involved in the consortium because…

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“…we believe media has the power to create a fairer world.”

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Equal opportunity

“…we want to challenge stigma, discrimination and negative social norms related to people with disabilities.”

A woman with amputated legs sits on a sofa, smiling and speaking into a microphone in front of a camera.


“… we believe media and communication are essential to democracy and development that includes everyone.”

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