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Title: Memory of the World SCEaR Newsletter: Press Freedom and Documentary Heritage
Authors: UNESCO
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
Jordan, Lothar
Banda, Fackson
McGuire, Claire
Keywords: Subject::Documentary heritage
Subject::Cultural heritage
Subject::Cultural rights
Subject::Freedom of expression
Subject::Access to information
Issue Date: 3-May-2023
Publisher: Sub-Committee on Education and Research (SCEaR), IAC, UNESCO MoW Programme
Abstract: World Press Freedom Day (3 May) acts as a reminder of the importance of respecting commitments to freedom of the press. It calls for reflection on how these freedoms were achieved, evaluation of the current state of press freedom around the world, and remembrance of those journalists who have lost their lives in pursuit of providing access to information. This Special Edition of the Memory of the World Sub-committee on Education and Research (SCEaR) Newsletter, created in partnership between UNESCO and IFLA, explores the history of press freedom through documentary heritage.
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