This section includes practical materials such as guides, handbooks, and tool kits relating to communication rights.
The ItrainOnline MMTK is a growing collection of "workshop kits" for face-to-face training. The materials use a standard set of templates, and offer building blocks for trainers to build their own courses. The handouts are valuable information resources for anyone who wants to teach themselves about any of the wide range of topics covered.
ICT policy for Civil Society: Training Curriculum was developed by Association for progressive communication (APC) and partners for trainers who want to build the capacity of civil society organisations to understand policy and regulation related to information and communication technologies (ICT). Using it, you will be able to help others understand, engage and influence policy processes affecting ICT adoption and implementation at national, regional and global levels.
This paper - the sixth in a series of studies into issues related to conflict prevention and peacebuilding - sets out how a civil society organization working in the field of conflict prevention and peacebuilding should deal and interact with the media.
This publication, the first in a series of reports covering the state of the information society on an annual basis, focuseson the theme of participation.
'And Then There Were Eight', a timeline of media consolidation over the last 25 years, as posted on Mother Jones (2007).
Ce Manuel, ainsi que les rapports de recherche et les trousses à outils connexes, ont été élaborés dans le cadre d’un projet faisant intervenir cinq équipes de recherche de différents pays travaillant avec un groupe de coordination CRIS.
This handbook was developed by five research teams from around the world, as part of the project, Communication Rights Assessment Framework and Toolkit (CRAFT). The handbook was developed as a tool to assist an assessment of the current state and ongoing dynamics of communication rights, and is designed for use by civil society organizations and institutions.
Este Manual, así como los informes de investigación y herramientas de apoyo asociados con él, han sido desarrollados a través de un proyecto de colaboración de cinco equipos de investigación a lo largo y ancho del mundo, que han trabajado con un grupo de coordinación de CRIS.
This paper was presented during the panel on globalised media and ICT systems and structures and their interrelationship with fundamentalism and militarism organised by Isis International-Manila during the World Social Forum in Mumbai, India in January 2004. The author contends that the global economy supported by ICTs stands upon the intersection of the crumbling proletariat of the North and the off-shore proletariat of the South, as seen in issues of labour, media and militarism.