Communication for All

By Philip Lee - 1986

Communication for All: New World Information and Communication edited by Philip Lee called for 'the promulgation and implementation of communication as a fundamental human right' and the demand for more participatory and more democratic communication to be seen 'in the light of justice.'

Together with a Foreword by Michael Traber, the book contains eight chapters: 'Social Communication and Global Problems'  by Johan Galtung; 'Strengths and Weaknesses of the New International Information Empire' by Herbet I. Schiller; 'Women and NWICO' by Margaret Gallagher; 'African Responses to the NWICO Debate' by Paul A.V. Ansah; 'NWICO: New World Information and Communication Order' by Washington Uranga; 'Christians Building a New Order of Communication' by Robert A. White; 'Communication and the Church in India' by Gaston Roberge; and 'Select Annotated Bibliography on a NWICO' by Colleen Roach.

First published in 1986 by Satprakashan Sanchar Kendra (India) in association with Daystar Press (Nigeria) and Orbis Books (USA).

By Philip Lee| 1986
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Communication rights enable all people everywhere to express themselves individually and collectively by all means of communication. They are vital to full participation in society and are, therefore, universal human rights belonging to every man, woman, and child.


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