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Publications by English title: letter C

Catalogue of astronomical, astrological and mathematical manuscripts

A collection of about 1300 works on astronomy in three languages (Turkish, Persian and Arabic) held in the Library of Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute at Bogaziçi University in Istanbul.

CBA Editorial Guidelines

Prepared by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA) with support from UNESCO, the Guidelines presented in this publication are an attempt to help broadcasters find their way through the maze and help them identify and adopt good practice that ensures free and fair coverage.

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

CEIBAL en la sociedad del siglo XXI: referencias para padres y educadores

This guidebook for parents and educators is published under a UNESCO supported project, CEIBAL, which aims at providing all primary school pupils in Uruguay with a notebook to be used both at school and at home.

Citizens and media: Practical guide for dialogue between citizens and media

Prof. Jamal Eddine Naji, a well-known expert in communication and media, wrote this book to describe the context of certain French-speaking countries in Africa and the Maghreb and to recommend them good practices taking into account their identities and particularities.

Civic education for media professionals: a training manual

The publication focuses on the underlying nexus of democracy, development and the media based on the fundamental principles of democracy and human rights that lie at the heart of UNESCO’s mandate.

Climate change in Africa: a guidebook for journalists

This book responds to a very real need in African journalists’ reporting of the complex phenomenon of climate change. Climate change poses a clear danger to lives and livelihoods across Africa. Journalists there have critical roles to play in explaining the cause and effects of climate change, in describing what countries and communities can do to adapt to the impacts ahead, and in reporting on what governments and companies do, or do not do, to respond to these threats.

Communication Training in Africa: Model Curricula. Non-Degree and Degree Programmes

It is with the objective of contributing to the improvement of communication training in Africa that UNESCO has developed the current model curricula which, as the name implies, can serve as benchmarks or standards for training and preparing communication practitioners on the continent.

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.

Community radio handbook

Based on the experience and innovative thinking of communication experts and practitioners, this handbook can contribute towards helping different communication actors, technicians, operators and radio producers in community radio stations to make more efficient use of community media for community development by getting people involved in clarifying issues and solving problems and in talking to each other.

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Community radio in India

This publication is composed of five volumes: A Guide for civil society; A Guide for government ministries; A Guide for donor agencies; A Guide for the media; A One UN response. It offers guidelines on how different stakeholders can assist community radios on their way towards self-sufficiency.

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Computador na escola: a dura realidade nas escolas

Computer in school is the third volume in the series Technology, information and integration, which focuses on the contribution of new technologies to social development in Brazil. This volume is composed of three folders.

Computador na escola: o futuro anunciado

Computer in school is the third volume in the series Technology, information and integration, which focuses on the contribution of new technologies to social development in Brazil. This volume is composed of three folders.

Computador na escola: tecnologia e aprendizagem

Computer in school is the third volume in the series Technology, information and integration, which focuses on the contribution of new technologies to social development in Brazil. This volume is composed of three folders.

Concepts of Openness and Open Access

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the late twentieth century had become enablers in empowering citizens worldwide in all segments. Openness in obtaining, processing, publishing and disseminating research information becomes easily achievable due to spread of ICTs. This Module discusses different perspectives of openness, particularly those which deal with the open access movement.

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Configuration of Radio Stations and Media Centres

A practical guide to procurement of technical equipment for community media institutions.

Conflict-sensitive reporting: state of the art; a course for journalists and journalism educators

Written by Ross Howard, who teaches journalism at Langara College in Canada and is the President of the non-profit Media and Democracy Group, the Curriculum provides guidance to a better understanding of conflict and conflict resolution and the news media’s role.

Countering online hate speech

The study provides a global overview of the dynamics characterizing hate speech online and some of the measures that have been adopted to counteract and mitigate it, highlighting good practices that have emerged at the local and global levels. The publication offers a comprehensive analysis of the international, regional and national normative frameworks, with a particular emphasis on social and non-regulatory mechanisms that can help to counter the production, dissemination and impact of hateful messages online.

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Country Profiles of e-Governance

Following the COMNET IT/UNESCO Global Survey on On-line Governance published in 2000, the Commonwealth Network of Information Technology for Development (COMNET-IT), in association with and with the financial support of UNESCO, has developed national profiles detailing current status and developments in this area.

CR (Community radio): a user's guide to the technology; a guide to the technology and technical parameters of community radio in India

This guide to technical parameters of community radio in India was produced for potential community radio operators, taking into account the intention of the Government of India to establish 4000 community radio stations by 2008.

Criteria and indicators for quality journalism training institutions & identifying potential centres of excellence in journalism training in Africa

The report maps the capacity and potential for excellence of almost one hundred journalism schools across Africa, highlighting the development challenges and opportunities of African journalism institutions and identifying specific areas for support from development partners.

Cultural and linguistic diversity in the information society

Cultural diversity is seen as part of humanity's common heritage, which, as a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, is as essential for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. It should therefore be protected for the benefit of both present and future generations and be considered as a basic human right.

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