The Right to Memory

By WACC - 2010

WACC quarterly journal Media Development 2/2010. 'Above all, the right to memory is a matter of justice. In all communities and societies, the choice of what is recorded in the public memory and the way it is represented is not neutral but happens in accord with predetermined perceptions and policies. This politics of remembering or forgetting essentially constitutes a struggle for power.' Fourteen articles by Philip Lee, Anna Reading, Andrew Hoskins, Judith Vidal-Hall, Germán Vargas, Marcia Scantlebury, Jean-Pierre Karegeye, Victor Igreja, Julius Purcell, Gabrielle Lome, His Holiness Catholicos Aram I, Geoffrey Robertson QC, Ron Burnett and James M. Wall.

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By WACC| 2010
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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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