2012/2 Communication for All: What next?

By Philip Lee on April 30, 2012
In the struggle for inclusive information and knowledge societies, and in the present context of gross inequalities, is it too late to achieve what one contributor to this issue describes as "the equal distribution of resources, power and dignity"? WACC's own position is unequivocal. It works with those denied the right to communicate because of status, indentity, or gender, advocating full access to information and communication and promoting open and diverse media.

WSIS+10: Continuing the march of fools?, by Cees J. Hamelink

Strategic practices to advance communication for all, by Charlotte Ryan

L’autocratie financière et son clergé médiatique, by Samir Amin

Hacia sociedades bien informadas y mejor comunicadas, por Nelsy Lizarazo

Sociedad de la información: Con derechos y sin exclusiones, por Dafne Sabanes Plou

Communicative citizens and public policy, by William F. Birdsall

Using the Internet to save the Internet, by Reilly Yeo

Effective media strengthen good governance and respect for human rights, by Rachel Pulfer

Neoliberal media and rural India’s communication divide, by Saima Saeed

Counting the cost of perpetual connection, by Jared E. Alcántara

How congregations use Facebook, by John P. Ferré

Le journalisme : Un métier à haut risque en République Démocratique du Congo, par Néhémie Kavutwa

Communication as peace in the Caribbean, by Maximiliano Dueñas Guzmán

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April 30, 2012
Categories:  Media Development

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