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Participatory communication offers people the opportunity to play an active and influential part in decisions that affect their lives. This includes making sure that people whose voices are not normally heard feel comfortable and confident enough to share their opinions and ideas, knowing that they will make a difference.

This edition of Footsteps suggests practical ways to encourage participatory communication including community-centred radio, theatre and video. It introduces the topic of communication rights and explores why skilful group facilitation helps to ensure genuine inclusion in participatory processes.

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