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Archives are essential components of any strategy aimed at improving information access, both for the public at large and for specialised groups. Since its creation, UNESCO has contributed to the reinforcement of these types of services.
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Community Media 
UNESCO gives high priority to providing and strengthening communication and information facilities at the level of local communities. Such facilities offer basic tools for introducing and managing community-centred development and change.
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Community Multimedia Centres (CMCs) 
This UNESCO international initiative promotes community empowerment and addresses the digital divide by combining community broadcasting with the Internet and related technologies.
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Creative Content: Radio, TV, New Media 
Supporting creativity and innovation in local content production in radio, television and new media.
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Freedom of Expression 
Promoting Freedom of Expression, Press Freedom, Independence and Pluralism of the Media, Democraty, Peace and Tolerance.
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Freedom of Information 
Freedom of Information (FOI) or right to information is defined as the universal right to access information held by public bodies.
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ICT can help to fight HIV/AIDS by changing young people’s behaviour through preventive education schemes.
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  Fast Car: Travelling Safely around the World 
Fast Car: Travelling Safely around the World is a racing game that takes you on a tour of some of the World's Heritage sites. It also lets you learn about HIV and AIDS prevention.
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ICT in Education 
The use of ICT in and for education is now seen worldwide as both a necessity and an opportunity.
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Information for All Programme (IFAP) 
The only intergovernmental programme exclusively dedicated to promoting universal access to information and knowledge for development.
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Information and Media Literacy 
UNESCO’s action to provide people with the skills and abilities for critical reception, assessment and use of information and media in their professional and personal lives.
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International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) 
IPDC promotes free and pluralistic media in developing countries and the countries in transition. Through media development IPDC helps strengthen communicative & analytical skills of the people and their participation in democratic governance.
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Libraries are essential components of any strategy aimed at improving information access, both for public at large and for specialised groups. Since its creation, UNESCO has contributed to the reinforcement of these types of services since its creation.
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Media Development 
UNESCO helps to stenghten the capacities of communication institutions, to improve the training of media professionals and to raise awareness among the public in making best use of communication resources.
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Media in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations 
For several years now, UNESCO has been supporting independent media in conflict and post-conflict situations
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Memory of the World 
UNESCO has launched the Memory of the World Programme to guard against collective amnesia calling upon the preservation of the valuable archive holdings and library collections all over the world ensuring their wide dissemination.
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Multilingualism in Cyberspace 
Language constitutes the foundation of communication and is fundamental to cultural and historical heritage.
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Open Access to Information 
UNESCO supports actions designed to empower people so that they can access and contribute to information and knowledge flows.
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People with disabilities and ICT 
Over 10% of the world’s population suffer from a variety of disabilities. However, information and communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential for making significant improvements in the lives of these persons.
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Private Sector Partnerships 
UNESCO cooperates with numerous partners from the private sector: small and medium enterprises (SMES), multinationals, foundations, professional, administrative or economic associations, philanthropist organisations and individuals.
Public Service Broadcasting 
Strengthening public service broadcasting for education, cultural awareness and civil society.
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Training of Media and Information Professionals 
UNESCO programme focussing on training, continuing education and lifelong learning for media and information specialists, especially in developing countries.
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Youth and ICT 
International information and data exchange network on youth.
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Communication and Information Sector's events
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Special Focus 
“Special Focus” feature highlights various themes and events related to UNESCO’s activities in the area of communication and information.
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