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, WACC Europe
It began with a simple idea of bringing together religious television
broadcasters to promote ecumenical and international co-operation and
give greater visibility to their programmes. ...
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Privacy was something that used to be taken for granted.
Ordinarily, the private life of an individual was not open to scrutiny, while public life was the concern of law and order and decency. In communication terms, privacy meant that only the addressee could open letters...
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, WACC Latin America
WACC-Latin America has joined other
civil society groups around the world in raising concerns over threats
facing the Amazon rainforest, including a recent uptick in deforestation
and record-setting wildfires. ...
A project that included the purchase of additional radio repeaters, the
installation of solar panels, and training for reporters has made Radio Bue Xhidza in Oaxaca, Mexico, a “stronger station” that helps Zapotec communities promote and protect their language, culture, and land rights....
Nigerian media pay “little attention to the real issues”
affecting the country’s Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), ignore
their voices and often rely on statements from government officials when
reporting about them, a WACC-supported media monitoring project has
concluded in its report.
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“For the past twenty years, the main issue restricting ublic debate in terms of Turkish laws has been the prosecution and imprisonment of journalists, writers and intellectuals on the grounds that they contribute to violence and terrorism.”
This quote comes from a report by English PEN,...