AMARC Asia-Pacific

AMARC Asia-Pacific is the regional autonomous chapter of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC International). AMARC Asia-Pacific is constituted by the members of AMARC from countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

AMARC Asia-Pacific has sub-regional governance structure that consists of South Asia, South East Asia, the Pacific and East Asia.

AMARC Asia-Pacific aims to promote social justice and sustainable, democratic and participatory human development. In pursuit of its goal AMARC’s purpose is to amplify the voices of the excluded and marginalized through community media and new ICTs, to support popular access to communications, and to defend and promote the development of community radio.

The regional headquarter of AMARC Asia-Pacific is in Kathmandu, Nepal. It works in partnership with national, regional and international civil society organizations, inter-governmental agencies, donor organizations, and member stations.

What is Community Radio?

Community radio is an important medium for communities to express their own issues and concerns in their own languages and in ways that is culturally appropriate for them.

More about AMARC Asia-Pacific

AMARC is a movement of international solidarity to defend and promote the values of community broadcasting and to build an alternative to the old media models.

Women Development

The Women’s International Network (AMARC-WIN) is a large assembly of women’s communicators working to ensure women’s right to communicate through and within the community radio movement.

About AMARC

The World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) is, first and foremost, a movement of international solidarity to defend and promote the values of community broadcasting and to build an alternative to the old media models.

Our Partners

Find us at

Post Box no. 3887 ,Kupondole, Lalitpur-10, Kathmandu, Nepal

+977 1 5554811

sumanbasnet@amarc-ap.org