Promoting Freedom of Expression, Press Freedom, Independence and Pluralism of the Media, Democraty, Peace and Tolerance
UNESCO promotes freedom of expression and freedom of the press as a basic human right, through sensitization and monitoring activities. It also fosters media independence and pluralism as prerequisites and major factors of democratization by providing advisory services on media legislation and sensitizing governments, parliamentarians and other decision-makers.
WSIS Forum 2011
UNESCO is organizing an Interactive Facilitation Meeting (IFM) "Media Regulation: Broadcasters and Social Media" (C9) on 18 May 2011 during the WSIS Forum 2011 to be held at the ILO Conference Centre, in Geneva, Switzerland from 16-20 May 2011. >> Read more