316-April 2012
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316-April 2012


In this issue: World Press Freedom Day 2012: WACC calls for code of ethics for citizen journalism.

Also in this issue:

  • ARTICLE 19 releases regional legal resources on freedom of expression.
  • WACC secures a permanent place on GlobalGiving fundraising website.
  • HIV/AIDS stigma reduction project by Grassroots Female Communicators Association.
  • Communication Rights at the centre of all WACC-Latin America work.
  • WACC-Africa leadership training and seminar on Communication for All.

Cover photo: World Press Freedom Day logo. (Source: UNESCO)

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