Many Voices, One Vision (The Right To Communicate in Practice)
What does the right to communicate mean to millions of people marginalised by the political and economic self-interests of the North? How is concentration of media ownership threatening political activism and cultural diversity? What needs to be done to tackle the causes of the digital divide? How can the right to communicate guarantee equal access and participation in democratic decision-making? Why is it important to place safeguards on who owns and generates information and knowledge? These are some of the questions addressed by this book, which promotes a vision of "a new, more just and more efficient world information and communication order".
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