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The list of small projects being supported by WACC in 2014 includes a Brazilian group that challenges racist and sexist stereotypes in that country’s media, a center in Zimbabwe that empowers girls to use media to change attitudes toward child marriage, and a Tanzanian group...

Media organizations and stakeholders are analyzing the Dec. 14 ruling by a U.S. court that struck down key portions of the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) open-Internet rules, effectively ruling that it can't force Internet service providers to offer equal access to their networks,...

Media Development 2013/4 Building alliances for gender and media Gender stereotypes are one of the most persistent causes of inequality between women and men in all spheres, impacting both their professional and private lives. Media content influences the way people perceive reality and contributes to shaping gender...