Terri R. Miller
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Civil society advocates are concerned that governments, security services, and Big Tech may misuse digital technologies to suppress, control, and profit from ordinary people, says Philip Lee, Media Development editor, in the 1/2024 issue of WACC’s quarterly journal.The authors in “Towards Democratic Governance of Digital...

A WACC-supported protect in Costa Rica is helping women Indigenous leaders of the Cabécar nation use digital technologies strategically to connect younger generations with their community's culture, knowledge, and language.“Cabécar young people influenced by Western culture are becoming disconnected from ancestral wisdom,” says Kemly Camacho,...

At its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, WACC’s North America regional association affirmed work being done to promote migrants' communication rights and positive narratives about migration, and elected new members to its Regional Executive Committee. Migrant Media Monitoring Project Migration and communication rights was the region’s major...

An entrenched digital colonialism is shrinking public space and violating communication rights. The global ecumenical movement is called to respond with digital justice, WACC General Secretary Philip Lee told communicators from the Council for World Mission (CWM) gathered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 16–18 January. Our...