The theme for World Radio Day (13 February) this year is “New World, New Radio: Evolution, Innovation, Connection”, which celebrates the unequalled role of radio over the past 110 years of human history as a platform for democratic discourse. Radio is low-cost and has the widest reach, and it connects humans through every type of circumstance and development by innovating, adapting and evolving. As the world changes, so does radio. During the COVID-19 global public health crisis, for example, radio has made it possible to ensure continuity of learning, to fight against misinformation, and to promote barrier gestures.
Jingles for World Radio Day 2021 from the UNESCO Cluster Office for the Caribbean can be downloaded here:
Commemoration page: https://www.un.org/en/observances/radio-day