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Challenges and opportunities for freedom of expression in the networked environment

Communications in the Public Interest

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A framework for policy reform in national networked environments
June 2009

This series of independent research reports explores relationships between communications environments, freedom of expression and the public interest in Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Kenya and Pakistan. The research was undertaken by partner organisations in the Freedom of Expression Project.

The aims of the research were:

  • to enable organisations to map aspects of the communications environment in countries in the global South, identify issues of concern and their priorities for advocacy
  • to test the Project’s analytical framework in a range of different contexts.

Download pdf copies of the introductory chapter and research reports by clicking on the links below.

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A framework for policy reform in national networked environments198.35 KB
Access and Content Diversity in Argentina210.6 KB
The conditions of the communications environment for freedom of expression in Indonesia238.23 KB
New communications technologies and freedom of expression in Kenya218.11 KB
Information, communication and freedom of expression in the digital city of Sud Mennucci158.86 KB