"Openness as a standard practice goes well beyond journalist access; it’s got as much to do with dignity of people to have voices and expression."The celebratory lecture and luncheon was attended by nearly 100 journalists, United Nations delegates, officials and representatives of media advocacy groups and foundations.
Justice Albie Sachs
Friday, May 09, 2008
UNESCO’s New York Office this week commemorated World Press Freedom Day with a keynote speech by Justice Albie Sachs, a chief architect of South Africa’s post-apartheid Constitution, on "Access to information and the empowerment of people."
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