Philip Lee studied modern languages before gaining a place at the Royal Academy of Music, London, where he graduated in pianoforte and conducting and was awarded the Ricordi Prize and the Ernest Read Prize. He joined the staff of an international non-governmental organisation in 1975, where he is currently CEO and editor of the international journal Media Development. His publications include The Democratization of Communication (ed.) (1995), Requiem: Here’s Another Fine Mass You’ve Gotten Me Into (2001); Many Voices, One Vision: The Right to Communicate in Practice (ed.) (2004); Communicating Peace: Entertaining Angels Unawares (ed.) (2008); and Public Memory, Public Media, and the Politics of Justice (ed.) (2012).
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