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  In this issue: As communities around the globe mark World AIDS Day on 1 December, there is a new emphasis on “Getting to Zero”: achieving zero deaths, zero new infections and zero discrimination by 2015. Also in this issue: WACC announces new officers and committees. 16 Days...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"} {teaser} WACC is asking its networks and friends to participate in takebackthetech campaign to end online violence against women and girls.{/teaser}

16 days of activism against gender violence begins today November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence...

{wacc location="Brussels, Belgium"} {teaser}The climate of impunity for crimes against female journalists constitutes a serious threat to the most fundamental of free expression rights.{/teaser}Media Release: International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), 24 November 2011

Letter Ban Ki Moon 2011.pdf


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Mass and community media can unthinkingly reinforce stigmatisation and discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS. Beyond the important question of language and image, there are those of care, respect, support, and human dignity. As one writer in this issue comments, "HIV and AIDS...

Mass and community media can unthinkingly reinforce stigmatisation and discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS. Beyond the important question of language and image, there are those of care, respect, support, and human dignity. As one writer in this...

At the 64th Locarno Film Festival (3-13 August), the Ecumenical Jury of SIGNIS and INTERFILM awarded its Prize to the film Vol spécial, directed by Fernand Melgar (Switzerland, 2011)....