Publications par année: 2011
Community media: a good practice handbook
This is a collection of case studies of good practice in community media. Its intention is to provide inspiration and support for those engaged in community media advocacy and to raise awareness and understanding of community media among policy makers and other stakeholders. The collection is focused on electronic media including radio, television, Internet and mobile. It is global in spread, with examples from 30 countries, but primarily drawn from developing countries.
Freedom of connection, freedom of expression: the changing legal and regulatory ecology shaping the Internet
This report provides a new perspective on the social and political dynamics behind the threats to expression. It develops a conceptual framework on the ‘ecology of freedom of expression’ for discussing the broad context of policy and practice that should be taken into consideration in discussions of this issue.
Freedom of expression and broadcasting regulation
This study, written by international experts, Toby Mendel and Eve Salomon, provides content for reflection on the centrality of regulation for the protection, promotion and guarantee of the right to receive, seek and impart information, ideas and opinions.
Information policies in Asia: development of indicators
The scope of information policy is broad. For the purposes of this report, information policy can be defined as the collection of policies and strategies that are designed to promote the development of a better-managed information society. These policies include, but extend beyond, those that are concerned with processes, management, promotion and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
L’enquête par hypothèse : manuel du journaliste d’investigation
Ce manuel fournit un guide des méthodes et des techniques de base du journalisme d’investigation, et il comble consciemment une lacune dans la littérature de la profession. L’immense majorité des manuels d’investigation consacrent beaucoup de pages à la question d’où trouver l’information. Ils supposent qu’une fois qu’un journaliste trouve les informations qu’il ou elle cherche, il ou elle peut composer une histoire viable.
Media and information literacy curriculum for teachers
This Media and Information Literacy Curriculum for Teachers is an important resource for Member States in their continuing work towards achieving the objectives of the Grünwald Declaration (1982), the Alexandria Declaration (2005) and the UNESCO Paris Agenda (2007) – all related to MIL.
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).
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.
The Importance of self regulation of the media in upholding freedom of expression
This study, written by Andrew Puddephatt, focuses on different angles of self-regulation applied to the media sector. It summarizes the intersections of the theme with the practice of journalism, the editorial principles and strategies for corporate social responsibility.
The Regulatory environment for broadcasting: an international best practice survey for Brazilian stakeholders
This study, written by international experts, Toby Mendel and Eve Salomon, is an investigation of the current regulatory situation of the Brazilian media system in comparison with current practices in ten other democracies (Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Jamaica, Malaysia, South Africa, Thailand, United Kingdom and United States of America) and with recommendations of international law.
TIC UNESCO: un référentiel de compétences pour les enseignants
Vingt ans se sont écoulés depuis les premières expériences d’introduction de l’ordinateur à l’école, et les nombreux enseignements que l’on peut en tirer sur l’intégration des TIC dans l’éducation et leur potentiel de transformation des systèmes éducatifs nationaux sont particulièrement instructifs. Force est néanmoins de reconnaître les défis urgents qui se posent aux pays du monde entier dans ce domaine en raison de l’expansion rapide de ces technologies, des investissements financiers qu’elles impliquent et de la nécessité d’avoir une vision claire et précise du rôle des enseignants.
Vers un droit d'accès à l'information publique au Maroc
The study outlines major legislative developments on the international level in the field of access to information, including the emergence of international conventions such as one of the Council of Europe. In the second part, it identifies best practices and standards of countries that have managed to make this right effective. Finally, it proposes an overview of access to information in Morocco through its recent history, its strengths and weaknesses as well as its future perspectives.