What are 'communication rights'? How do they relate to 'human rights'? How do they differ from 'Freedom of expression'? This six-page guide offers a background to the concept of communication rights and their relevance today. It stresses the need for adequate public communication, the need to communicate knowledge in order to restore equality and improve creativity, the need to protect the dignity and security of people in relation to communication processes, and the need to enable cultural diversity in communication.