[FoME] Wtrlt: Freedom of Expression - Network Knowledge

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>>> "Warren Feek" <wfeek at comminit.com> Dienstag, 9. Juni 2009 05:23 >>>

To: Media Development Network - The Communication Initiative
From: Warren Feek - Executive Director - The CI

Re: Freedom of Expression

Hi and best wishes - this note is prompted by the International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX) and Global Forum on Free Expression events in Oslo last week [which you may have attended]. 

I wanted to both quickly share links to some of the recent freedom of expression related knowledge shared on through The CI process and to encourage you to share your programme initiatives, strategic thinking, support materials, evaluation and research data etc through this process. 

Generally you can find freedom of expression related knowledge and thinking through the Media Development theme site at http://www.comminit.com/en/mediadev.html - done with support from our Partner, Panos London 

10 Recent Freedom of Exopression related Knowledge Summaries from The CI network

Listener as Producer: Minga Peru's Intercultural Radio Educative Project in the Peruvian Amazon

Applied Research on the Use and Potential for Mobile-friendly Content of Community Media

Community Media Sustainability Guide: The Business of Changing Lives

Freelancers in Mexico - A Survey - Findings and Challenges

Impact of Soft Containment on Freedom of Journalism and Independence of the Media in Jordan

DDS Sangham Radio

WACC Centre for Communication Rights

Digital Media, Democracy, and Diversity: An Imperfect Discourse

Online Journalsim Awards

Journalist Organization of Pakistan (JOP)

There are also relevant blogs in the Policy site at http://www.comminit.com/en/development_policy - done with support from our Partner BBC World Service Trust. If you access these please do rate them and submit comments - see bottom of the blog: a few examples

Accountability, media and the development system: a complicated romance - James Deane

Donors, Governance and Media Aid: Some Thoughts from Sierra Leone - Bill Orme

Scaling Steep Slopes - The Public Policies Helping to Transform Medellin - Warren Feek

Another Development - Ricardo Ramirez and Wendy Quarry

Thanks - please do let me know if we can share your initiatives, strategic thinking, support materials, research results etc through our processes. There are now over 75,000 people in The CI network with 65% in [so called] developing countries who ahve submitted 35,000 plus knowledge items. The CI portal was accessed by 2,800,000 individual user sessions over the past 12 months. 

And do let me know by reply email if you are interested in blogging at http://www.comminit.com/en/development_policy

Thanks and best wishes - Warren

Warren Feek
Executive Director
The Communication Initiative

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