- Ethnic Feature Service Syndicate
- The Ethnic Voice, periodical
- The Ethnic Voice.com: online news
- Ethnic Resource and Study Centre
- Information bank on ethnicities
Founders of Ethnic Media Foundation
JB Pun Magar
JB Pun Magar, co-founder of Ethnic Media Foundation is an Investigative Journalist and Editor in Chief, of Ethnic Voice weekly (Published in Hongkong) and was News Editor at Himal Khabar Pratika-the bimonthly magazine which is a leading magazine in Nepal. He has been involved in Media for over one and half decades. From the beginning in the media, his field of reporting was on the areas of ethnicity and politics. He has hone Masters' degree on Broadcating Journalism from MCRP university Noida in Delhi, India. He also was a news coordinator at Center fro Investigative Journalism, Nepal. He comes from 'Magar' Indigenous community, one of the 59 indigenous Nationalities recognized by the government so far.
Dev Kumar Sunuwar
Dev Kumar Sunuwar, co-founder of Ethnic Media Foundation is an Investigative Journalist. He was Sub-editor at The Kathmandu Post, national English daily and has experience of working in Radio, TV and online assuming different positions. He has been involved in Media for over 7-years and has covered several issues including ethnicity, education, Health and Law. He has honed Masters' degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, and currently pursing master's degree in political science and international relation as well as LLM in international law and human rights in Tribhuvan University. He comes from 'Sunuwar' Indigenous community, one of the 59 indigenous Nationalities recognized by the government so far.
Jagat Man Dong (Tamang)
Jagat Man Dong (Tamang), co-founder of Ethnic Media Foundation is a Radio Journalist. He has worked in Radio for over one-and-half decade from community, commercial and state-owned radio Nepal. He has conducted several ethnic media research for several publications. He also has an experience of setting up own Community Radio targeting merely for Tamang ethnic groups in Nepal, within 6-years of establishment of his initiation, the radio stands No. 1 Community radio in Kavrepalanchowk, Nepal, where he also is currently acts as a Chair person of the Radio. He also worked as a Tamang Language News Anchor in Prime time news bulletin of Sagarmatha TV in Nepal. He has honed Masters' Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Tribhuvan University and currently pursuing masters' degree in Political Science and International Relations. He comes from 'Tamang' Indigenous community, one of the 59 indigenous Nationalities recognized by the government so far.