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Media Development 2016/1 pdfs

Media Development 2016/1

Communication Rights… joining up the dots

Demonstrating how communication rights in practice have advanced the cause of social justice in particular circumstances and at particular times. Authors conclude that it is up to civil society in alliances and partnerships to campaign for and bring about real social change.



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Media Development 2016/1 editorial
Philip Lee

Big data analytics
and the right to privacy

Jenifer Sunrise Winter

From theory to practice: The right to communicate
Seán Ó Siochrú

No democracy without freedom of expression for Indigenous Peoples
Cultural Survival Staff

Communication rights in a post-war country are a precondition for sustainable development
Amra Selesković

El derecho a la nacionalidad y el periodismo ciudadano
Solange de la Cruz Matos

Genre, politiques et pratiques dans les médias au Bénin
Jean S. Aguegue

Communication rights help empower migrants
Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants


Communication rights in theory and practice
Comunicación y Ciudadanía

Confianza y realidad
Carlos A. Valle

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