ORBICOM - International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication
ORBICOM - Réseau international des chaires UNESCO en communication
ORBICOM - Red Internacional de las Catedras UNESCO de Comunicación
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Founded 26 May 1994, jointly by B-XB3383 - UNESCO and the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Original title: ORBICOM - Worldwide Network of UNESCO Chairs and Associates in Communications -- ORBICOM - Réseau mondial des chaires UNESCO et des associés en communication -- ORBICOM - Red Mundial de las Catedras UNESCO de Comunicación. Also referred to as ORBICOM Network -- Réseau ORBICOM -- Red ORBICOM. Part of F-XF5362 - UNITWIN/UNESCO Chairs Programme.
Lead the exchange and sharing of knowledge and know-how among academic, scientific, professional, industrial and governmental members and partners in a global approach to devise strategic broad-based plans for more participatory communication processes; link academic, media, corporate and government leaders in communications for exchange of information and development of shared projects; promote communications development.
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