The Right Not To Remain Silent: Judiciary and Communication is the second in a series of interrelated books that specialize in media and communication. The book highlights the complementarity between media and communication on one hand and the most noble of human achievements on the other: law and the judiciary system. The purpose of the book is to lift the curtain on the relationship between the judiciary and media, as it is imperative to explore the judiciary’s approach to media and communication.
Views, Reviews & Previews accompanies the reader on a journey intended to give media and communication their rightful due. Throughout its different chapters, the book makes the case for new media and communication scenes in the Arab world in the wake of its Spring, finally fulfilling their roles as enablers of democracy and true citizenship.