This section includes perspectives on how communication rights might be realized at different levels.
This book from the Poynter Institute offers an evolved set of guidelines and principles for journalists, students, and mass communicators, with chapters by 14 of media’s top practitioners.
Civil society perceptions of the changes that have taken place over the ten years since the WSIS Declaration of Principles was adopted in 2003.
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.
This report, written by Toby Mendel (senior legal counsel at ARTICLE 19) and published by UNESCO, surveys the relatively recent right to information laws in place in 11 Latin American countries, including Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Uruguay.