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By Maria Teresa Aveggio, Programme Manager Communication lies at the core of the increasing social and political ‘protagonism’ of Latin-America’s Indigenous People. This is one of the conclusions of a research on ‘Indigenous communication as a driving force for social change’ (www.servindi.org/pdf/ALAIC_comunicaciónindigena2012.pdf Spanish only)...

In this issue: WACC calls for new project proposals. Also in this issue: New international society to support scholars of media, religion and culture. Sierra Leone's Radio Shalom prepares peace message. Access to communication empowers local communities in Peru. WACC supports community media in Himalaya Mountains. When the collective exercise of...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"} {teaser} A WACC- supported radio station is about to hit the airwaves with messages of peace and reconciliation.{/teaser} By Fredrick Nzwili, ENInews

In Sierra Leone, a West African country still recovering from civil war, a church-operated radio station is about...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"}{teaser}Armenian film about guilt, forgiveness and the hope of reconciliation receives prize at the Golden Apricot Film Festival.{/teaser}


“If Only Everyone”, directed by Natalia Belyauskene, received the prize Saturday at the closing ceremony of the ninth edition of...