About WACC
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About WACC

The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) is a non-governmental organisation that builds on communication rights in order to promote social justice.

We believe that everyone has the right to communicate and to be in communication, in the same way that they have the right to food, shelter, and security. In strategic alliances, we aim to be a catalyst for change for the common good, sharing information, knowledge, and experience in the field of communication.

Working with our members and many different partners enables us to advance together towards achieving our goals. Wherever WACC is present, we aim to make a positive difference to people and communities.



WACC has institutional and individual members throughout the world. Members are organised in eight Regional Associations consisting of WACC Africa, WACC Asia, WACC Caribbean, WACC Europe, WACC Latin America, WACC Middle East, WACC North America and WACC Pacific.

Under its current governance structure, WACC is registered in the United Kingdom as a Charity (number 296073) and as a Company (number 2082273) and is registered in Canada as a not-for-profit corporation (438311-7) and an incorporated charitable organisation (number 83970 9524 RR0001). WACC UK is the sole member of WACC Canada. Each of these charitable companies has its own Board elected in part by the Regional Associations.



WACC members receive news and information through its web sites, which include WACC Global, the Centre for Communication Rights, and Who Makes The News.  Regional associations also produce newsletters. In addition, members are able to participate in regional and global activities such as seminars and workshops. Membership is open to all who support WACC’s vision of Communication for All.

More about membership here.



WACC interprets developments in global communications and works for greater social progress and justice, especially in the South. It also works towards gender equality, notably through its Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP).

For a detailed summary of our work, download our Annual Report, which shows recent achievements.



WACC enjoys the support of many funding partners and works closely with other organisations and movements.



See the WACC staff list and contact details.


Contact us

80 Hayden Street, Toronto ON
Canada M4Y 3G2
Tel: +1 416-691-1999
Email: wacc@waccglobal.org



100 Church Road, Teddington, TW11 8QE
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 20 3880 0100