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.
A good entry point for newcomers to the idea of communication rights is to bounce it against the idea of freedom of expression.
Most people believe they understand the basic of freedom of expression. It also ranks among the sacrosanct foundation stones of all human rights. It is contained in numerous international Treaties, Conventions and agreements, and enshrined, in varying formulations, in virtually national constitution and legislation. The most frequently cited reference point is to Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, endorsed by every member of the United Nations:By: Comunicación y CiudadaníaPosted: February 13, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
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