Arabic 1812 Radio – Celebrating the International Migrants’ Day, it’s a an Internet campaign with a help from other internet radios and websites for the first time to discuss and focus on Migrants and all relates issues, Managed interviews with many of politics, experts, economist and a lot of other related officials. This Radio 1812 initiative celebrates the International Day of immigrants every year and played in since 2006 has organized events to mark the day and from including the idea of broadcast radio broadcasts and interviews via Podcast through the website of Radio 1812, which is run over on 18 December and Display posts from around the world to showcase the achievements and problems of migrants in each place, and here developed the idea we have been adding some and removing some and we found that start an initiative called "Arabic 1812 Radio," a live broadcast through the radio in the Arab region to talk about immigrants and their problems and not only that, but we hope and we hope to organize this event annually and continue to show the radio all year round, not just on the International Day of migrants. In 2010 Radio 1812 and Arabic 1812 Radio met together in Italy & Tunisia during the Euro-Arab Youth Conference (about Migration between the two sites) and we worked together to prepare the celebration of 2010 Migrants’ Day and we produced a documentary during this conference reflecting the opinions of organizers and participants about the migrants and migration problems and how we can solve this issues. Nowadays we are working to extend this Arabic 1812 Radio in many Arab countries and we will celebrate this year’s Migrants’ Day through Live Audio-Visual broadcasting from many countries talking about the migration and migrant’s related issues as well celebrating the migrants’ day. For more details visit us here: arabic1812.wupy.org
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