The year 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of “The MacBride Report,” written by UNESCO’s International Commission for the Study of Communication Problems.By: StaffPosted: August 14, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
Do you have a passion for either gender equality, women’s rights, human rights, or ethical journalism? Are you curious about how to unpack and analyze media content from a gender perspective?Marites (Tess) SisonPosted: April 02, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
A public presentation of the achievements of a WACC project on "Communication Rights and Marginalized People in Bolivia" took place in Toronto 23 June 2014.
Summary of Results Achieved and Performance Disability Component 77 male and 65 female of different…Posted: February 02, 2014 (0) Comments (0) Like
With the financial support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), WACC and two of its long-time partners in Bolivia, SECRAD (Servicio de Capacitación en Radio y TV para el Desarrollo of the School of Communication of the Bolivian Catholic University San Pablo), and CECOPI, (Centro de Educación y Comunicación para Comunidades y Pueblos Indígenas), are about to launch a project working with Indigenous Aymara and disability groups to develop a communication rights index.
By: StaffPosted: August 26, 2011 (0) Comments (0) Like