Publicaciones ordenadas por título: P

P@RENTS ! La parentalité à l’ère du numérique

This guide on the role of parents in the digital era was developed by the Moroccan National Observatory on Children’s Rights (ONDE), the UNESCO Office in Rabat and Microsoft Morocco. It provides advice on child cyber-protection to parents, teachers and people working with children.

Partnerships in Development Practice: Evidence from multi-stakeholder ICT4D partnership practice in Africa

The central aim of this paper is to problematise the notion of partnership in development practice, with particular emphasis on partnerships in the field of Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D). It seeks to challenge taken for granted ideas concerning such partnerships, and it argues that those involved in such initiatives need to have in place formal concepts about their structure, organisation and intention.

Photography in Latin America and the Caribbean in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Visual testimonies of the changes that occurred during the 2nd half of the 19th century in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Policy guidelines for the development and promotion of open access

UNESCO issued this publication to demystify the concept of Open Access (OA) and to provide concrete steps on putting relevant policies in place. Building capacities in Member States for Open Access is a necessary but not sufficient condition for promotion of the concept. Creating an enabling policy environment for OA is therefore a priority.

Políticas de educación en medios: Aportaciones y desafíos mundiales

This publication, produced jointly by UNESCO, the UN Alliance of Civilizations, the European Commission and Grupo Comunicar, offers a comprehensive and multidimensional approach to media education. It provides answers to key questions for media, communication and education professionals, researchers and policy makers.

Politics in the information society: the bordering and restraining of global data flows

This report illuminates the politics of the Information Society through focussing on the dynamics surrounding free expression and privacy. Many of the contentious policy areas in the Information Society hinge on privacy and free speech.

Plan modelo de estudios de periodismo

Como fuente de información, análisis y comentario de los hechos de actualidad, el periodismo desempeña diversas funciones en la sociedad contemporánea. No obstante, el objetivo básico de la mayoría de los periodistas es servir a la sociedad informando a la ciudadanía, interrogándose sobre el modo en que se ejerce el poder, favoreciendo el debate democrático y, con ello, contribuyendo al desarrollo político, económico, social y cultural.

Por un periodismo no sexista: pautas para comunicar desde una perspectiva de género en Chile

Preparada por la Oficina de la UNECO en Santiago, esta publicación es una respuesta a la necesidad de crear una reflexión alrededor de la responsabilidad en el periodismo en una perspectiva de género así como de generar un periodismo más inclusivo.

Poverty and digital inclusion: preliminary findings of Finding a Voice project

This paper presents preliminary findings from a multi-sited qualitative study of poverty and information and communication technologies (ICTs) in India, Indonesia Sri Lanka and Nepal. It draws upon data gathered by 12 ethnographic action researchers working across 15 community ICT initiatives.

Press freedom and development: an analysis of correlations between freedom of the press and the different dimensions of development, poverty, governance and peace

This study is the outcome of a research project implemented by the Centre for Peace and Human Security (CPHS) at Sciences Po University with support by UNESCO. The research has sought to use various econometric tools and data from world-renowned institutions to investigate the relationship between free press and development and to ascertain a correlation between the two.

Press freedom: safety of journalists and impunity

The articles in this book, several by journalists with personal experience of harassment or violence, explore the problem from many angles. Although all agree that violence against journalists for doing their job is morally and legally unacceptable under any circumstances, there are differing points of view about whether journalists should be afforded extra legal protection under international humanitarian law.

Principles of awareness-raising for information literacy: a case study

This handbook has been written to provide guidelines for developing process of awareness-raising. Theories, principles and techniques are offered in this manual based on the experiences of those who have developed practices that were successful and that met certain expectations. Rather than presenting generalizations, the handbook focuses on one event, the United Nations Literacy Decade 2003-2012.

Professional journalism and self-regulation: new media, old dilemmas in South East Europe and Turkey

This publication compiles articles authored by distinguished experts and covers Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey as well as Kosovo (as defined by Security Council Resolution 1244).

Profiles and experiences in ICT innovation for poverty reduction

UNESCO has a long history supporting information and communication development in Asia. A considerable emphasis is being placed on the potential of new information and communication technologies (ICT) to positively impact on efforts to reduce poverty.

Public service broadcasting: a comparative legal survey

This book on public service broadcasting explores the legal and regulatory systems governing public service broadcasters in eight different countries around the world, looking at what services they provide, the way in which their mandates are defined, their internal governance systems, mechanisms of oversight or accountability and how they are funded.

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