Media @ McGill

To Give People Voice




This project, realized jointly with the Annenberg School for Communication and the World Bank Institute, developed a guide to good practices for media and development. Principal investigators were Marc Raboy and Monroe E. Price of the Annenberg Centre for Global Communication Studies. In July 2006, the project organized a workshop with twenty leading international experts in media and development, at Cherkley Court (UK), home of the Beaverbrook Foundation. It has resulted in a book entitled "Broadcasting, Voice and Accountability: A Public Interest Approach to Policy, Law and Regulation" (World Bank/University of Michigan Press, 2008).

Pictured: Washington book launch of "Broadcasting, Voice and Accountability". L-R: Eric Chinje (head of the African Development Bank), Marc Raboy, Daniel Kaufman (Director of World Bank Programs of Global Governance), Kreszentia Duer (World Bank Institute), Steve Buckley (World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters), Toby Mendel (Article 19, Campaign for Freedom of Expression), Monroe Price, Sean O Siochru (Nexus Research) 


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See also: Broadcasting, Voice, and Accountability

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