"There Shall be Freedom of Expression!": Deliberations of the International Conference on Support for Freedom of Expression and Media Freedom
Southern African Media Training Trust, 2006 - Freedom of speech - 156 pages
The report "is born out of an international conference forming part of worldwide commemorations of the peaceful dissolution of the union between Sweden and Norway in 1905. The report assesses the current status of media, human rights and democracy issues in southern Africa, and simultaneously explores debates around issues of media, human rights and democracy in the southern African region" - Prelim.
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Introductory Remarks Americo Fortuna
There Shall be Freedom of Expression Helge Renning
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