• The Journal of Development Communication
    Vol 29 No 1 (2018)

    In April 2018, almost 1,200 people gathered in Indonesia for the Summit on Behaviour and Social Change Communication. Practitioners, researchers, donors, and leaders  from more than 400 organisations travelled to Nusa Dua from the Asia Pacific region, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and North America. This issue features ten papers prepared by SUMMIT participants based on their presentations. They cover a range of challenges from using story-telling to help fishermen in Belize deal with threats to their occupations, and influencing adolescent girls and boys in India to address gender discrimination and stereotyping – to the use of social media to change norms regarding babies’ health in Malawi.

  • The Journal of Development Communication
    Vol 28 No 1-2 (2017)
    Since the founding of AIDCOM in 1986 and this journal’s first edition in 1989, its articles have reached into Africa and into countries around the globe, including Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, India, Nepal, Norway, Netherlands, Malaysia, Philippines, Pakistan Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Thailand, and the USA. Its founding editor Khairul Bashar, who left this earth in 2015, would be happy to see this and future issues of the Journal reaching farther around the globe via the internet ― and raising its original modest circulation from a few hundred to potentially thousands. We anticipate this broader exposure will attract not only new readers but also new contributors.
  • The Journal of Development Communication
    Vol 26 No 2 (2015)

    JDC is sad to announce the demise of its Editor, Mr Khairul Bashar. Mr Bashar founded Aidcom in 1986 and since then, the NGO has been a leading voice in development communications through its many trainings, seminars and publications, including this journal. This issue is dedicated to him.

  • The Journal of Development Communication
    Vol 26 No 1 (2015)

    Since the last issue was published, a violent earthquake has devastated Nepal. Instead of cultural depiction, the cover of this issue portrayed an image of devastation. This is because we want to share the grief and trauma of those who are affected.

  • The Journal of Development Communication
    Vol 25 No 1-2 (2014)

    For this issue, we decided to combine articles we received as well as proceeding from a conference Aidcom held in June this year called Engaged Learning and ICT for Development in the University Curriculum. The conference was jointly organised with Unisel in association with Cornell University of the USA, and the UN-APCICT.

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