WACC ’s Centre for Communication Rights has co-published Expanding Shrinking Communication Spaces, a new book on communication rights and sustainable development for a digital age.
By: StaffPosted: February 18, 2020
WACC Deputy General Secretary Sara Speicher recently presented a workshop on “Upholding Human Rights and Social Justice in the Digital Age” during the 50th anniversary international conference
of the Catholic Media Council (CAMECO) held in Aachen, Germany.
By: StaffPosted: December 19, 2019
WACC Deputy General Secretary Sara Speicher recently took part in a workshop, Data and Digital Intelligence as People’s Resources: Reclaiming Freedom and Control in a Data-based Society, held in Berlin November 23-24.
By: StaffPosted: November 26, 2019
One hundred students from four public and one private school in Georgia are now providing weekly broadcast and blogs on issues that matter to them, including human rights, gender equality and bullying, thanks to a WACC-supported project.
By: StaffPosted: November 19, 2019
WACC Global is now a member of the Just Net Coalition (JNC), a global network of civil society organizations and individuals advocating for “an open, free, just and equitable Internet.”
By: StaffPosted: November 01, 2019
Sunday, September 15 is the International Day of Democracy
and WACC is promoting every citizen’s right to communicate and to engage
in transparent, informed and democratic debate.
By: StaffPosted: September 13, 2019
On International Literacy Day,
Saturday, September 8, WACC calls attention to the digital divide that
excludes billions of people around the world – including Indigenous
people and linguistic minorities – from accessing and distributing information through digital communication platforms.
By: StaffPosted: September 06, 2019
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
By: StaffPosted: August 14, 2019