Media Development 2020-2

Traditional Knowledge and Climate Change: Bridging the Gap

Traditional knowledge held by Indigenous Peoples may provide essential responses to the current climate crisis. It is crucial, therefore, to work in solidarity with often vulnerable and marginalized Indigenous communities to assure our collective future and survival. In the process, Indigenous Peoples are sharing information knowledge that will help repair the only sanctuary we have.

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Media Development

Media Development is an international quarterly journal dedicated to the theory and practice of communication around the world. Many contributors write from the perspective of the South, highlighting social, cultural, and spiritual values. 

Media Development publishes informed and critical opinions on a broad range of topics; relevant documents and materials; reports of events and conferences; a section on cinema; occasional book reviews.

Media Development seeks to keep abreast of developments in the field of mass, community and digital media and to articulate common concerns in the search for equality, justice and human dignity in communication.

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