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Technological Evolution and the Right to Communicate: The Implications for Electronic Democracy
This paper examines the co-evolution of information and communications technologies and communication rights. The emphasis is on the right to communicate. The paper provides a historical analysis through ...
Citizens at the Crossroads: The Right to Communicate
Canada is a country whose citizens see their national government as a constructive tool for achieving national objectives but a chasm has opened between government and citizen. For decades Canadians have ...
Translating a Right to Communicate into Policy
Rasmussen, M., N/D.
There are three challenges inherent to every right: how to formulate it; how to translate it into policy; how to implement it. This paper deals with the second of these challenges: how to translate a ...
Communication Rights, politics and policy: Achieving Right to Communicate
This paper addresses at least two colloquium themes: “Historical perspectives” and “Governance transformations on the global scene.” The thesis of this paper is that the confluence of the internationalization ...