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Title Free speech and censorship around the globe / edited by Péter Molnár.

Published Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2015.


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 UniM Bail  323.443 FREE    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 552 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Introduction / Péter Molnár -- 1989, 2011, and strategic narratives / Monroe Price -- Four dangers for freedom of expression and the internet: an interview with Frank La Rue / Péter Molnár; Freedom of speech in the OSCE countries: an interview with Dunja Mijatović / Péter Molnár -- Revisiting the three Europes: diverging landscapes of media freedom / Miklós Haraszti -- Freedom of expression, media and journalism under the European human rights system: characteristics, developments, and challenges / Dirk Voorhoof -- Jurisprudential advances and persistent challenges for freedom of expression in the Americas / Catalina Botero Marino -- Right to information in Latin America / Toby Mendel -- Freedom of speech and access to information in Africa: an interview with Pansy Tlakula / Péter Molnár -- A right emerges: the history of the right of access to information and its link with freedom of expression / Helen Darbishire -- Right to information and the expanding scope of bodies covered by national laws since 1989 / Sandra Coliver -- Rabat plan of action: a critical turning point in international law on hate speech / Sejal Parmar -- Free to hate?: anti-Gypsyism in 21st-Century Europe / Bernard Rorke -- Role of the mass media in the Spanish transition to democracy and its subsequent consolidation / Josep Maria Carbonell and Joan Barata Mir -- Russia's Supreme Court as media freedom protector / Andrei Richter -- Access to information in Kenya: the law and practice since 1991 / Ezra Chiloba -- Freedom of expression in ferment: a cursory look at the Ethiopian media regime / Yared Legesse Mengistu -- Philippines: expanding the contours of free speech in an environment of impunity against journalists / Gilbert T. Andres -- Fragile complexity of protecting freedom of speech in Australia / Rhonda Breit -- Impact of new media on freedom of expression in China and the regulatory responses / Mei Ning Yan -- Eavesdropping on the freedom of expression in India / Sunil Abraham -- The "Turkish model" of freedom of speech / Zeynep Alemdar -- Forging ahead: a contemporary review of Egyptian press and media laws / Brenda F. Abdelall -- Media, freedom of expression and democratization in Morocco / Abderrahim Chalfaouat -- Danish cartoons controversy: hate speech laws and unintended consequences / Richard N. Winfield and Janine Tien -- UN defamation of religions resolution and domestic blasphemy laws in Pakistan: creating a culture of impunity / Asma T. Uddin -- A right to be free from religious hatred?: the Wilders case in the Netherlands and beyond / Jeroen Temperman.
Other author Molnár, Péter, editor.
Subject Freedom of expression.
World politics -- 1989-
ISBN 9789633860564