2013/3 Sustainable development
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2013/3 Sustainable development

What will or should post-2015 development look like? Contributors put forward a range of ideas supporting the notion that communication rights have a unique role to play in creating enabling environments in which people can challenge the status quo and bring about change. As ACT Alliance points out, “Rights-based strategies hold great potential as a powerful tool for empowerment aimed at political, social and economic transformation. However, unless we adapt our current policies and practices to its principles and challenge the unequal power relationships that underlie poverty, we will fall short of addressing the issue of institutionalized poverty and social exclusion confronting the world.”


Communication for development and sustainability by Patchanee Malikhao

Looking beyond neo-liberal communication approaches by Murali Shanmugavelan

Development is resource justice by Bruno Stöckli

The Nairobi Declaration for Development Effectiveness

Post-2015 Development Framework: Conflict and fragility

Rethinking the value of the economy in support of women’s human rights by Alexandra Spieldoch

Using visual storytelling for women’s empowerment by Tamara Plush

What is “development” for? by Teke Ngomba

Four key issues by Manish Bapna

Promoting and protecting the right to freedom of opinion and expression by Frank La Rue

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