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313-November 2011

 

In this issue: As communities around the globe mark World AIDS Day on 1 December, there is a new emphasis on “Getting to Zero”: achieving zero deaths, zero new infections and zero discrimination by 2015.

Also in this issue:

  • 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence: Call to Action.
  • Announcement: Webinar on Net Neutrality .
  • WACC General Secretary awarded Doctor of Divinity.
  • Hype or Hope? The impact of digital media on journalism and development.
  • Profile: New President of WACC Latin America.

Cover photo: WACC Project partners, Hope for HIV/AIDS International in Lagos, Nigeria distribute red ribbons to raise awareness of World AIDS Day.

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