This article examines two opposing perspectives within current media literacy policy, particularly within a European context: ethical individualism and communication rights.
In the Arab World, a combination of conditions has helped reconfigure the world of media bringing a stronger interactivity and alliance between citizen journalists and traditional Arab media.
The citizens of at least 90 countries and territories now have laws enabling them to obtain government records and other information. So, what does it mean to have a ‘right to information’? Why is it important? What has been its impact?
What are media observatories? What do they do? How do they contribute to better democracy, greater accountability, and social justice?