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The fight for free speech is global. The Swedish press freedom legislation is the oldest in the world, and Sweden ranks highly in press freedom indexes. But history shows that this fragile freedom needs people and policies to defend it. Let’s look at some milestones.
The Australia Council Marketing Summit returns in 2018 with a wider variety of content and a new title to match: Australia Council Marketing, Communications and Ticketing Summit. Knowing me, knowing you! is the theme of this year's Summit – quite simply we’ll explore what we know and what we don’t, how we can know more and what our audiences need to know about us!
UNESCO is proud to present the third edition of its report on “World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development”. In this publication I see an embodiment of UNESCO’s role as a laboratory of ideas and international understanding. The report portrays a world whose meteoric changes deeply affect societies, especially in the areas of freedom of expression and media development.
El talento de las instituciones artísticas, los hallazgos arqueológicos más recientes, la riqueza patrimonial y las acciones en favor de la población guatemalteca que realiza el Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes se ven reflejados en “Matiz Cultural”. La nueva etapa de la revista televisiva, que se emite los martes a las 20 horas por Canal de Gobierno, cumple un año.
Víctor Manuel Camposeco y Humberto Musacchio narraron episodios relevantes del desarrollo del género en México.
This week the Ministry of Culture has hosted consultative meetings with the members of the media sector concerning the planned establishment of the Media Council.