Based on the author’s personal experience of more than 30 years as a development communicator and consultant, this important book provides an understanding of the practical issues that arise in the planning and implementation of communication programs to bring about behavior change in the Indian context.
The development of the Internet challenges traditional conceptions of information rights. There is a need to address information rights within a comprehensive human rights framework, specifically, a right to communicate.
The authors examine the co-evolution of information/communication technologies and communication rights, with emphasis on the right to communicate.
This book provides theoretical and empirical information related to the planning and execution of IT projects aimed at serving indigenous people. It explores cultural concerns with IT implementation, including language issues & questions of cultural appropriateness
Affordable, fast and easy access to the internet can help create more egalitarian societies. The APC Internet Charter in English, French and Spanish.