Publications by English title: letter H
Handbook for journalists
Reporters Without Borders (with UNESCO) has compiled a Handbook for Journalists for those going to dangerous parts of the world, listing international norms protecting them and containing practical advice on how to stay alive and safe.
Handbook on professional safety of journalists working in the post-conflict situations: North Caucasus
The most difficult task for professional journalists is probably the coverage of ethnic and religious conflicts. Until the end of 1980th, Soviet journalists had a very vague idea on how to cover such conflicts. There are many examples of articles that provoked the sense of injustice among the participants of a conflict. One can remember public protests against articles insulting national feelings of thousands of people.
Historical collections of the Vilnius University Library
This CD-ROM presents the most significant publications, manuscripts, graphic works and other collections of the Vilnius University Library.
How to create a website: guiding principles
It is among UNESCO's utmost priorities to promote universal access to information and to contribute to the strengthening of communication and information capacities. This manual has been written to provide guidelines for developing websites for the Asia region. Theories, principles, strategies and techniques offered in this manual are generated from in-depth research and evaluation or documentation on the process of website development and maintenance.
How to do community radio: a primer for community radio operators
Community Radio has a special place in UNESCO’s programs. The aim of UNESCO’s community radio program is to address crucial social issues at a community level, such as poverty and social exclusion, empower marginalized rural groups and catalyze democratic processes and development efforts.
How to get started and keep going: a guide to Community Multimedia Centres
There are growing numbers of grass-root communication and information service providers in the developing countries today. They are operating community radio stations, multipurpose telecentres, information centres, community learning centres and community multimedia centres (CMCs) that already combine both radio and telecentre facilities. This book is intended to be of use to all those wanting to become involved or already involved in such initiatives.
Human rights: major international instruments; status as at 31 May 2006
The present publication offers the user information about States’ ratifications of, accession to and succession to major human rights treaties, both universal and regional. Published annually, it shows the development of the ratification process of these normative instruments. As comments to previous editions have confirmed, this publication has proven to be useful for decision-makers, media professionals, researchers, activists and all those who are committed to human rights.
Human rights: questions and answers
This well-established book has been revised and updated to reflect recent developments in the field of human rights. The first part responds to 113 questions on the topic. In the second part, the 30 Articles are quoted and explained, including background information and examples. The book also includes notes that give more detailed information about individual states and their position.
Human rights and encryption
The study provides an overview of encryption technologies and their impact on human rights. It analyzes in-depth the role of encryption in the media and communications landscape, and the impact on different services, entities and end users. It highlights good practices and examines the legal environment surrounding encryption as well as various case studies of encryption policies. Built on this exploration and analysis, the research provides recommendations on encryption policy that are useful for various stakeholders. These include signaling the need to counter the lack of gender sensitivity in the current debate, and also highlighting ideas for enhancing “encryption literacy”.