BBC and VOA are "trusted sources of information" among Hazara community in Afghanistan.

Posted: 25 Aug 2011   Print   Send a link
The Australian, 22 Aug 2011, Sian Powewll: Refugees "[f]rom the Hazara ethnic minority [of Afghanistan] ... have lived in Kuala Lumpur for nearly four years, waiting for the magic letter inviting them to become Australians. ... A survey of Hazara men conducted in four Afghan provinces late last year showed a degree of ignorance about Australian policy. ... Some of the Hazara quoted in the survey had no access to the internet, some had no electricity in their homes, and many relied mostly on news from friends and family, although the BBC, Voice of America and certain Afghan broadcasters were also ."