Pacific voices: Island states and the new world information and communication order
Varan, D. (1994) Pacific voices: Island states and the new world information and communication order. In: 6th MacBride Roundtable, 20 - 23 January 1994, Honolulu, HI
The purely institutional or structural level of the MacBride Round Table relates to the time that UNESCO, in about 1987, abandoned its formal commitment to the goals of the New World Information and Communication Order (NWICO), a group of individuals long committed to the movement for global communications equality felt that it still deserved a rightful place on the international agenda. Thus the Round Table was meant to continue to provide an international forum - albeit much more restricted than that of UNESCO - for discussion and action-proposals on imbalances in global communications.
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