UNESCO Chair on Community Media, Vinod Pavarala, about the Radio Revolten

Photo: Marcus-Andreas Mohr

»As the UNESCO Chair on Community Media based in University of Hyderabad, India, I have been fortunate to travel around South Asia and elsewhere to understand firsthand the continued relevance of radio in its many different forms all over the world. In my part of the world, radio is yet to be seen as an art form in itself, but as a tool for social change, to make space for unheard voices and to allow marginalized people to take pride in their identities, languages, and sub-cultures.  … That makes the radio landscape more democratic. I am really looking forward to Radio Revolten and Halle!«