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Media Development 2015/2 pdfs

Media Development 2015/2

Building a Better World Post-2015

Communication underpins sustainable development and requires equitable access to information and knowledge, to information and communication technologies, as well as plurality and diversity in the media. The post-2015 agenda risks taking a wrong turn if it fails to promote communication rights in its overall strategy.



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Media Development 2015/2 editorial
Philip Lee

Setting a media agenda in the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals
Fackson Banda

Putting a human rights perspective on the post-2015 agenda
Julia Duchrow

Youth Voices on a Post-2015 World
DFID/CSO Youth Working Group

Gender and peace after 2015
Valentina Baú

Nepal needs better communications to respond to disaster
K.R. Sigdel and Dol Raj Kafle

Myths of radicalization in Britain
Jeremy Seabrook


Comunicación mundial: ¿Adiós al espacio y el tiempo?
Carlos A. Valle

Changing religious landscapes and political communication in Latin America
Dennis A. Smith


Mission today and the uninvited guest
Karin Achtelstetter

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