The People’s Communication Charter: Global Communications and People’s Rights
Today we observe, across the world, people facing pervasive global, governmental, and commercial censorship; distorted and misleading information; stereotyped and damaging images of the human condition, including gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexuality, physical and mental illness, and disability; restricted access to knowledge, and insufficient channels to communicate diverse ideas and opinions.
KeywordsCultural Environment Minority Language World Commission Christian Communication World Association
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