A) Human rights in the mass media:

The right to information and freedom of expression in newspapers, radio, TV channels; the right to receive reliable information; bioethical or moral aspects that involve other human rights such as life or dignity of people (abortion, end of life, sexual orientation, privacy etc.); proecion of children; and in general, all matters concerning the deontology of journalistic professions: fake news, morbid/unhealthy photographs etc.; companies of religoius orientation in education.

B) Human rights in cultural, artistic and educational communication:

Freedom of expression in human communication in a very broad sense: in literature, paintings, music, sculpture, cinematography, and its limitations. The right to choose and receive moral and religious education; freedom of doctrine, freedom of research. Ideology, art and education.

C) Human rights in social and political communication:

Human rights on the Internet and in social networks; the right to forgetfulness in network; the persecution of telematic crimes. Human rights in advertising and rights. The individual human symbolic expression (language of symbols) or community and identity (political symbols).

D) Media about human rights in isolation or retreats centers:

In the modern world, many people are in isolation or retreats centers. These are people who have been placed in such centers on the basis of judgments (eg. prison), administrative decisions (eg drug rehabilitation centers) or did it voluntarily (eg contemplative orders). According to statistical data there are about 10.5 million put in prisons around the world. If we add to this number people staying in closed facilities or other centers, it is becoming an extremely large community not only in the world, but also in individual countries. The ccharacteristic feature of these communities is their separation to normal life. They are governed by their own rules, laid down not only by the generally applicable laws, but also by internal law or customs. In this way, the communities sui generis are being created. This is why, it is justified to conduct research on respecting human rights towards persons isolated by state authorities, bodies exercising supervision over isolation institutions, including religious orders and respecting human rights by persons in such communities.