Media Policy Change in North Africa and the Middle East

Political change in several countries of North Africa and the Middle East has led to a debate on media policy reform in these countries. Here we are gathering and categorizing proposals for media policy change, and actors that are trying to trigger and influence this change. Contributors to this section have included Gretchen King, Ilana Hanukov and Jocelyn Harrington (all McGill University).

Title Category Additional Type
Adalah - The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel Organizational Actors Civil Society Organization
Al Sawt Al Hurr Organizational Actors Civil Society Organization
Al-Masry Al-Youm for Journalism and Publication Organizational Actors Corporation/Company
American University in Cairo Organizational Actors (Independent) Public Sector Entity
American University of Iraq, Sulaimani Organizational Actors (Independent) Public Sector Entity
AmmanNet Organizational Actors (Independent) Public Sector Entity
Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization Organizational Actors Intergovernmental Organization
Arab Media Forum for Environment and Development Organizational Actors (Independent) Public Sector Entity
Arab States Broadcasting Union Organizational Actors (Independent) Public Sector Entity
Arabic Network for Human Rights Informations Organizational Actors Civil Society Organization
Article 19 Organizational Actors Civil Society Organization
B'Tselem - The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories Organizational Actors Civil Society Organization
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