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314-Feb 2012


In this issue: WACC Photo competition 2012 is underway. The theme is Communication for All, the new WACC Vision Statement. The closing date is 1 May 2012. Over 200 participants have already joined the competition.

Also in this issue:

  • WACC-North America organizes a roundtable to help journalists explore the global realities of gender and media.
  • WACC-Asia encourages its members to conduct small workshops or seminars related to the theme, “Communicating Climate Justice”.
  • WACC new Vision and Mission statements.
  • WACC spotlights Internet obstacles and challenges.
  • Internet activists challenge content regulation.

Cover photo: Panelists of the roundtable “Who Makes the News: A Global Review” to take place at Columbia College, Chicago on March 6, 2012, at 6:00 p.m..

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