This section lists major materials that discuss communication rights.
The human needs and dilemmas encountered in emerging from the colonial concept of the freedom of communication to the current concept of the right to communicate are treated in this theoretical essay.
Most discussions of communication and information rights still seem to be conducted without taking into account the technological, as well as political, social and economic changes which have occurred since the principles and terms in this field were first formulated.
A chronology of pioneer efforts, organizing activities, and projects and programs during the early years of work on the right to communicate.
Speech rights of students outside the classroom, school and underground newspapers, political speech on and off campus, and the right to hear political speakers are all treated in this article.