When the collective exercise of communication rights leads to social change
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When the collective exercise of communication rights leads to social change

By Maria Teresa Aveggio, Programme Manager

Communication lies at the core of the increasing social and political ‘protagonism’ of Latin-America’s Indigenous People. This is one of the conclusions of a research on ‘Indigenous communication as a driving force for social change’ (www.servindi.org/pdf/ALAIC_comunicaciónindigena2012.pdf Spanish only) presented at the XI Congress of ALAIC (the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers), which took place in the Uruguayan city of Montevideo in May 2012. Read more…

 

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