Publication par année: 2010

CBA Editorial Guidelines 4th Edition

UNESCO supported the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association’s initiative to publish an updated version of the Editorial Guidelines, which are designed to help broadcasters identify and adopt good practices that ensure sound coverage by the media that operate freely and fairly.CBA Editorial Guidelines

ICT transforming education: a regional guide

This Regional Guide grew out of a series of meetings of ICT experts convened by UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education to explore pedagogy-technology integration. An outcome of these meetings was the publication of Regional Guidelines on Teacher Development for Pedagogy-Technology Integration (Working Draft) in 2005 under the editorship of Shyamal Majumdar.

Indicadores da qualidade no jornalismo: políticas, padrões e preocupações de jornais e revistas brasileiros

Media quality indicators: policies, standards and concerns of Brazilian magazines and newspapers is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Jornalistas e suas visões sobre qualidade: teoria e pesquisa no contexto dos indicadores de desenvolvimento da mídia da UNESCO

Journalists and their vision on quality: theory and research in the context of UNESCO’ Media Development Indicators is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

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.

Manual para radialistas analfatécnicos

The Manual for ICT illiterate radio practitioners, edited by Santiago Gago and published jointly by UNESCO, Radialistas Apasionadas y Apasionados, and Radioteca Intercambio de Audios (Radioteca.net), is conceived as a simple and effective tool to assist community radio professionals to master the technological aspects of radio broadcasting.

Médias & Bonne gouvernance en Afrique : Concept et cas pratiques

This book presents an overview of case studies on media and good governance. It contains articles by intellectuals and journalists from eight African countries: Benin, Burundi, Cameroun, Côte d'Ivoire, Gabon, Mali, Senegal and Togo.

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

Prepared by UNESCO’s Office in Santiago in cooperation with its partners, Toward non-sexist journalism: guidelines for communicating from a gender perspective in Chile is a response to the need to generate thought about journalism’s responsibility. The publication aims to raise awareness about gender perspective and to promote more inclusive journalism.

Qualidade jornalística: ensaio para uma matriz de indicadores

Quality journalism: an essay on a matrix of indicators is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Towards inclusive knowledge societies: a review of UNESCO's action in implementing the WSIS outcomes

This report reviews the UNESCO’s work in these implementation areas during the five years since the Tunis phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) in 2005. It summarises some highlights of what has been achieved to date and reflects upon the challenges which have arisen in the implementation of WSIS outcomes.

Sistema de gestão da qualidade aplicado ao jornalismo: uma abordagem inicial

Quality management systems applied to journalism: an initial approach is part of the Communication and Information Debates series, produced by UNESCO’s Brasilia Office. The output of a study developed in cooperation with the Brazilian National Net of Press Observatories (Renoi), this title stresses the need for quality indicators for Brazilian media companies.

Um Levantamento inicial de necessidades e oportunidades de qualificação e capacitação profissional na Fundação Padre Anchieta e na Empresa Brasil de Comunicação

An initial survey of the needs and opportunities for professional training and qualification in the Padre Anchieta Foundation and Brazil Communications Company focuses on strengthening public broadcasting companies through professional qualification.

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