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Communication and Information Resources

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WebWorld Sitemap

Sitemap of UNESCO's Communication and Information Sector

About the CI Sector


  • Access to information
    - Archives
    - Libraries
    - Community Multimedia Centres
    - Public Domain Information
    - Internet Governance
    - Information for Community Development
    - Information Processing Tools
    - PC Refurbishment

  • Capacity building
    - Education and ICT
    - E-Governance
    - Gender and ICT
    - Indigenous People and Information Society
    - Information Literacy
    - People with disabilities and ICT
    - Communication and Information Training
    - Youth and Information Society
    - HIV/AIDS and ICT

  • Content Development
    - Creative Content: Radio, TV, New Media
    - Multilingualism in Cyberspace

  • Freedom of Expression
    - Media Laws
    - Press Freedom
    - Assistance to Media in Conflict
    - Promotion of Free Expression
    - Ethical Issues of Information Society

  • Media Development
    - Assistance to Media in Conflict Situations
    - Community Media
    - Independent Press
    - Public Service Broadcasting
    - UN agencies and communication for development

  • Preservation
    - E-Heritage
    - Memory of the World

  • Activities by region/country

    Intergovernmental Programmes



    UNESCO & Communication and Information Sector