WACC Europe



New online resource honours WACC co-founder Robert Geisendörfer

A new online resource has been launched to honour Robert Geisendörfer, sometimes called the “father of Protestant media” in Germany and one of the founders of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC).

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Hans-Wolfgang Hessler remembered for commitment to ethical journalism

WACC Europe has paid tribute to its former president, the German journalist Hans-Wolfgang Hessler, who died on 16 February at the age of 87. Read More

Online video presentation: Who Makes the News

By: Staff | 21/01/16 | WACC Europe | (0) Comments |
The Conference of European Churches and the World Association for Christian Communication Europe invite all to
an online video presentation and discussion on women’s representation in church media and secular media.

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GMMP 2015 Press Release

Action needed to tackle marginalisation of women in Europe’s news agenda, report states 

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WACC Europe congratulates French TV programme Présence Protestante for 60 years of broadcasts on faith, values and ethics

WACC Europe leaders have praised the French Protestant television programme, Présence Protestante, which celebrates its 60th anniversary in October.

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Free press and the flourishing of democracy

Joint statement by CEC and WACC Europe for World Press Freedom Day Read More

WACC Europe condemns Denmark killings and urges open debate not violence

The European Region of the World Association for Christian Communication strongly condemns the attacks against a Copenhagen cultural centre and a synagogue and reaffirms its support for freedom of expression and freedom of religion within open societies where controversial issues are addressed through debate and discussion, not violence and killing.  Read More

WACC Europe condemns attack on Paris magazine

The European Region of the World Association for Christian Communication condemns unequivocally the attack on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris on 7 January and reiterates its support for press and media freedom.  Read More


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