History of the Cultural Diversity Advisory Group to the Media, 1992-2007
Describes the barriers to progress and highlights the positive impact of the CDAGM in relation to institutions such as the BBC, ITV, Newsquest, Westminster Media Forum, DCMS and Parliamentary Select Committees. This book is suitable for those concerned with democracy, fairness and social inclusion.
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