This section reflects international or national legislation on aspects of communication rights.
In this policy paper (2013), ARTICLE 19 proposes a set of recommendations to state actors and policy makers about what they should do to promote and protect the rights of bloggers domestically and internationally.
This article develops six models of how digital technologies might affect democratic politics.
En este plan de acción (2013), ARTICLE 19 propone a actores estatales y autoridades políticas esta serie de recomendaciones sobre lo que deberían hacer a fines de promover y proteger los derechos de los blogueros a nivel local e internacional.
This comprehensive research publication examines the changing legal and regulatory ecology that has shaped the Internet over the years.
Research into and analysis of the state of communication rights and the right to communicate in Canada undertaken with the ultimate view of taking action to improve it.
This book provides an overview of the right to information, focusing on the trends, opportunities and threats which activists, bureaucrats, politicians and ordinary people will find useful.
A compilation of documents for action research to remove barriers and increase the social impact of community radio (2008).
Reccueil de textes pour une recherche-action pour enlever les contraintes et augmenter l’impact social des radios communutaires (2008).
Since the end of World War I, advocacy of the free flow of information across international borders has been the central element of United States' international information- communication policy, on the grounds that access to information is a necessary condition for human self-determination.