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Windhoek Declaration on Promoting an Independent and Pluralistic African Press
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Windhoek Declaration on Promoting an Independent and Pluralistic African Press
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This audio file provides a short description of the “Windhoek Declaration on Promoting an independent and pluralistic African Press” and the values which it enshrines namely: freedom of expression, independent and pluralistic media and press freedom.

In preparation for the 20th anniversary of the Windhoek Declaration on Promoting Independent and Pluralistic Media, and to sensitize the public about the importance of press freedom, freedom of expression, pluralism and tolerance as sources for democratic debate, 3 public announcement spots about the Windhoek Declaration were produced based on the ideas and opinions of young people on the Windhoek Declaration.

The 3 spots are:
- Make your voice heard today, a free voice taking us to tomorrow
- Windhoek Declaration on Promoting and independent and pluralistic African Press
- Witholding information

Place/Country: Namibia
Type: Promotional material
Credits: Base FM, producer. Namibian youth Groups, co-producer ; MISA Namibia, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: Base FM / UNESCO

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