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Publications by year: 2001

A Guide to human rights: institutions, standards, procedures

This work is an attempt to provide a concise and comprehensive overview of human rights institutions, standards and procedures, presented in a single publication.

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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National strategies for e-learning in post-secondary education and training

In this book, it is argued that e-learning is bringing about an important shift within the education sector and is changing the very nature of learning. The flexibility and accessibility of information that characterize e-learning correspond to the new types of skills required of workers in a knowledge-based economy, and not necessarily only in the most developed countries.

Public broadcasting: why? how?

This brochure presents in a simple and direct style an entirely up-to-date summary of the basic concepts relating to public broadcasting, which is vital to the functioning of democratic societies. It fits logically into the framework of UNESCO’s efforts to promote free and independent media throughout the world.

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