Today, May 3, is World Press Freedom Day, and WACC is calling on all individuals to support and promote independent and diverse media.by StaffPosted May 03, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
WACC members have elected the organization’s next president, who comes from its Caribbean Region.
The Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) logo – with figures of a woman reading the news from a desktop computer and a man reading a newspaper while perched on a globe – has been refreshed.by StaffPosted May 01, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
The Communication Foundation for Asia (CFA), a WACC partner, held a forum and talkathon on fake news, cyberbullying and other issues affecting social media April 10 in Sta. Mesa, Manila.by StaffPosted April 24, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
WACC’s vision of “Communication for all,” means that its purpose is “to disturb the conscience of the world by being critical, opening up dialogue and creating greater understanding,” says General Secretary Philip Lee.by StaffPosted April 23, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
A human rights NGO has published a guide for reporting on Argentina’s memory, truth and justice process amid “alarming” efforts to deny or downplay abuses committed during the country’s military dictatorship.Marites (Tess) SisonPosted April 16, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
WACC Europe has elected a new Regional Executive Committee (REC) during its once-every-four-years Assembly, held as part of as joint seminar organised with the Conference of European Churches from 10-12 April in Helsinki and Stockholm and on board the M/S Gabriella.by StaffPosted April 12, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like
Truth, human dignity and non-violence are three universal principles that ought to “shape and define communication rights in a divided world,” said Philip Lee, general secretary of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC).by StaffPosted April 12, 2019 (0) Comments (0) Like