Publications by English title: letter L
Legislation on community radio broadcasting: comparative study of the legislation of 13 countries
The aim of this inquiry is a comparative study of recent legislation on community radio broadcasting in different countries of the world. It does not claim to be an exhaustive guide to legislation in this field – an undertaking that would exceed our ambitions – but rather an analysis that seeks to highlight certain similarities and differences between the general legislative background to community radio broadcasting in recent years in 13 countries.
Libertad de expresión
Published by UNESCO’s Office in Quito, this comic book illustrates the main principles and concepts of freedom of expression and press freedom in an accessible, easy-to-understand language.
Libertad de Prensa, Acceso a la Información y Empoderamiento Ciudadano: seminario internacional
Esta publicación reúne las ponencias y discusiones desarrolladas en el marco del Seminario “Libertad de Prensa, Acceso a la Información y Empoderamiento Ciudadano”, celebrado en ocasión del Día Mundial de la Libertad de Prensa 2008, organizado por la Oficina Cluster MERCOSUR de UNESCO con la participación de conferencistas de los países del MERCOSUR Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay, y conectado por video conferencia con panelistas de Chile y España.
Linking generations through radio: a toolkit from Africa for radio producers working with children and youth
UNESCO’s radio toolkit – Linking Generations through Radio – is an open access document, which is inspired by children and youth who make up one-third of the world’s population. The majority may listen to radio but the likelihood they are invited to regularly produce interviews and programmes, express their information needs or their opinions about productions made for them is very low.
Lost memory: libraries and archives destroyed in the twentieth century
The present document, prepared within the framework of the “Memory of the World” Programme, under contract with ICA and IFLA, by J. van Albada and H. van der Hoeven, is an attempt to list major disasters that have destroyed or caused irreparable damage during this century to libraries and archives, whether written or audiovisual.