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Media Development 2014/2 pdfs

Media Development 2014/2

Indigenous media and digital self-determination

The aim of this issue of Media Development was to begin to explore how Indigenous / First Nations / Aboriginal people are building their own media and communication networks. It was conceived as a way of reviewing some of the communication rights aspects inherent in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).




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Digital self-development and Canadian First Peoples of the North 
Lorna Roth

Creating an enabling environment for digital self-determination 
Rob McMahon

La apropiación indígena de la comunicación: De acompañantes a sujetos comunicacionales 
Raquel Romero Zumarán

Radios comunitarias e indígenas, legítimas pero “ilegales” 
Sócrates Vásquez Garcia

La sociedad de la información: ¿Es también de los pueblos indígenas? 
Mg. Gina Gogin Sias

Advancing global dialogue on the rights of Indigenous People 
Agnes Portalewska

Changing media landscapes in Latin America 
Maria Teresa Aveggio

In search of enlightenment: Church or cinema?


Kirsten Dietrich

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