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The continued dominance of traditional journalism practice in the Swazi media landscape is under threat from two recent developments: new media and community media. The two are on the verge of introducing the bottom-up approach, interactivity and activism sought by many Swazis, especially...

Local vs. Traditional Media

Deep-seated changes in the newspaper and journalism industries together with technological convergence are leading to weaker local news media that struggle to hold power to account, to keep people informed, to encourage civic and political engagement, and to...

Glory E. Dharmaraj (PhD) a member of World Association of Christian Communication-North America and retired Director of Mission Theology for United Methodist Women reflects on A Reflection on the Twin Consultation, Reformation—Education—Transformation that took place in Halle, Germany, 18-22 May 2016....

I would like to humbly share a recent intervention I made at an international event where I took part while representing WACC. In November 2015, I participated as a representative of WACC in the event titled Reformation – Education – Transformation ( RET).