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There is no doubting the fact that WACC has played an important historical role in nurturing, shaping and expanding our understandings of communication ethics and communication rights via hundreds of projects spread throughout the world and through the facilitation of conversations on a range of...

Millions of people on every continent lack a voice to address inequality. They are underrepresented or misrepresented in the media, have low levels of media literacy, have limited access to relevant information and knowledge, and are excluded from participation in decision-making processes. WACC helps them...

“What the churches say about communication is not half as important as what they do,” wrote Michael Traber in the editorial of the 1/1984 issue of WACC’s journal Media Development. Its theme was “Church Statements on Communication” and it included “Communicating Credibly” – the declaration of...