How do I become a member?

If you are interested in becoming a member please contact arktl.info@gmail.com

A new member process will be voted on at the 2014 ARKTL Congress in 2014 that will improve on how we engage new members and the rules, rights and responsibilities for current members  – Learn More

I work in community radio, how do I find out about training opportunities and resources?

Visit our Training & Resources to find out about current training and fellowship opportunities, available resources and media job opportunities.

If you have any feedback or requests in regards to training and/or resources please email arktl.info@gmail.com

I work in community radio, how do I contribute news to ARKTLs website and enews?

Members of ARKTL can submit news stories to ARKTL to be considered for including in the website and enews. Please visit the page submit a story (link) if you would like to contribute to ARKTLs website and enews.  Your story will not be considered if you do not use the provided templates and adhere to the maximum word limit.

Who funds ARKTL?

ARKTL members are required under the constitution to pay a nominal annual membership fee. For now, the community radio sector in Timor Leste is significantly under-resourced so ARKTL currently collects no membership fees from member stations. As the sector strengthens and develops models of community support for community radio it is expected that ARKTL will begin to collect some nominal membership fees. ARKTL receives no regular annual funding from other sources. ARKTL is funded on a project-by-project basis. ARKTL aims to secure regular annual funding to sustain itself as an organisation.

ARKTL’s current project ‘The Community Engagement Project’ is funded by the Asia Pacific Journalism Centre (APJC) and The Australian Embassy through the Direct Aid Program (DAP). ARKTL will publish its annual budget at the end of the 2013 financial year and will announce any new project funds via our Enews

Who works for ARKTL?

Prezado Ximenes, president of ARKTL has been working for ARKTL on a volunteer basis for six years. There are currently two AusAID funded volunteers that are working for ARKTL- Elena McMaster and Claudia Santangelo. The current board of ARKTL is under review and members will have the opportunity to elect a new board at the 2014 ARKTL Congress.