R4PB has recently worked with all the organisations below on behaviour change initiatives, strategic communications, media assessments, or research and writing.
BBC Media Action is using media and communication to provide access to information and create platforms to enable some of the poorest people in the world to take part in community life, and to hold those in power accountable.
UNICEF works to build a world where the rights of every child are realized. The organisation believes that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress. UNICEF was created with this purpose in mind – to work with others to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease and discrimination place in a child’s path.
Equal Access aims to create positive social change for millions of underserved people in the developing world by delivering critically needed information and education through innovative media, appropriate technology and direct community engagement.
The British government's diplomatic service, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, prioritises an active and activist foreign policy, working with other countries and strengthening the rules-based international system in support of British values.
Search for Common Ground is the largest conflict transformation non-profit in the world. It brings proven practices in conflict transformation to leaders, organizations and communities in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North America.
Infoasaid works at multiple levels to improve communications with crisis-affected communities. This involves the development of a range of preparedness tools to help aid agencies communicate better in an emergency; deployment of teams to the field to support partners in delivering communications responses; advocacy at system and organization level; and research to promote learning and strengthen the evidence base in this sector.
Media for Development is a not-for-profit organisation that uses different media to reach, engage, and empower isolated communities in the United Kingdom and internationally. We have worked with a wide cross-section of partner agencies and clients in more than 30 different countries around the world.
The Media Diversity Institute (MDI) works internationally to encourage and facilitate responsible media coverage of diversity. It aims to prevent the media from intentionally or unintentionally spreading prejudice, intolerance and hatred; encouraging instead, fair, accurate, inclusive and sensitive media coverage in order to promote understanding between different groups and cultures.
iMedia is a UK-based international media development and communications company. It promotes innovative ways of working with rapidly converging media to tackle communication challenges presented by conflict, governance and poverty.
The Euro-Burma Office (EBO) was established in Brussels in 1997 to promote the development of democracy in Burma. It works to help the Burmese democracy movement prepare for a transition to democracy, and to keep the international community informed about the situation in Burma.
“I just traveled across the Eastern Terai and talked to tons of people who listen to the drama there, 'Sangor'. I have to tell you, this show is amazing. It is so popular, well loved and impactful. The writers captured the essence of your trainings and your guidance perfectly and have truly created a radio drama which is all that we want.”
email from Michael Shipler, Director Asia Programs, Search for Common Ground
“Francis is a media and peacebuilding consultant par excellence. He introduced me to conflict management and peacebuilding and this opened several doors for me. Francis is a great mentor and coach who keeps an eye on my progress and has a keen sense of the future of media and peacebuilding. Francis is undoubtedly in the premier league of media and peacebuilding experts the world over”
David Rupiny, Bureau Chief, West Nile, Uganda Radio Project