319 – August, 2012
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319 – August, 2012

In this issue: Communication rights and free Internet are essential for democracy.

Also in this issue:

  • New book looks at contemporary forms of televangelism.
  • WACC calls for action to strengthen community radio for Indigenous people.
  • New resources for gender aware journalism.
  • Community radio: Essential for citizen’s participation.
  • Project Faith – Fostering AIDS Initiatives That Heal.
  • Criminalizing community radio attempts against people’s communication rights.
  • WACC-Asia celebrates annual Communication Sunday for the fourth year in a row.
Cover photo:  WACC project partners of the Vokaribe Broadcasting Association, Colombia (photo: Vokaribe/WACC)  

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