Conversation with Michal Rahfaldt from the Children's Radio Foundation by World Radio Day published on 2019-02-09T11:33:35Z UNESCO spoke to Mr. Michal Rahfaldt, the Executive Director of the Children’s Radio Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to develop and support youth radio projects across Africa. Michal is an anthropologist, radio producer, journalist, trainer, and academic specializing in youth media and education. Before joining the Children's Radio Foundation in 2007, Michal taught journalism, media studies, and social anthropology at the University of Cape Town. He was involved in a wide range of youth radio projects prior to working at CRF, including collaborative productions with prisoners, asylum seekers, primary and high school students, and other children and young adults. As a journalist, he has contributed to the BBC World Service, National Public Radio, and the New York Times. Disclaimer: UNESCO is pleased to make the audio and text of this interview available copyright-free for the celebration of World Radio Day 2019. Radio stations are especially encouraged to broadcast the interview, either in its totality or by extracting the answers and announcing the questions themselves.