Communication and Media Resource
Freedom of thought and expression is
a basic human right. This is reflected in the Nepal’s democratic
constitution of 1991, which grants the right to freedom of speech
and press. It is in tune with the spirit of the United Nations
Universal Declaration of Human Rights which states, "Everyone
has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right
includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to
seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media
and regardless of frontiers."
The main objective of this website is to assist the students of Journalism and Mass Communication, Media Researchers and Policy Makers by providing historic, important, valuable and useful contents regarding the basics of communication, information and media, particularly relevant to Nepal.
We request for your valuable suggestions and support to make this website more useful and relevant. Thank you.
Note: This website was known as the Centre for Media Rights till March 2013. Since April this is named Communication and Media Resource. Almost all the materials used in the former website have been used in this website and some of them are updated for technical reasons.