This section includes perspectives on how communication rights might be realized at different levels.
Centre for Communication Rights - Debate
The Democratization of Communication edited by Philip Lee tackled the illusion of democracy and the potential of new information and communication technologies to begin to overcome inequality and injustice at all levels in society.
This book examines the political processes and decisions that determine the global communication environment.
The Myth of the Information Revolution: Social and Ethical Implications of Communication Technology edited by Michael Traber argued for "a genuine rather than a phony revolution, a communication revolution from below."
A synthesis of the views, opinions and hopes expressed at several meetings convened by UNESCO and other organizations as well as in the growing literature on the concept of the right to communicate.