The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Terri R. Miller, a communications specialist, editor, and writer from Sudbury (ON), Canada, as its communications coordinator.
As WACC’s communications coordinator, Miller is tasked with strengthening WACC’s public profile, vision, and mission.
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Pursuit of profit and social media algorithms foster and elevate hate into the mainstream. In yet one more example, misogynistic and violent messages made by influencer Andrew Tate, recently banned from social media platforms, were viewed billions of times on TikTok alone. His rise on...
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Participants at the 11th World Council of Churches (WCC) Assembly were introduced on September 7 to participatory media monitoring tools that they can use to design advocacy actions to help advance a gender-just and equal media environment during a workshop led by WACC leaders.
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On September 4, 2022, Chilean voters rejected a new proposed constitution that would have set the foundations for a progressive, rights-based, gender-sensitive, decolonial, and ecologically sound form of governance.
Despite some gaps in terms of clarity and concerns about the fiscal load that the constitution would...
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WACC Global is one of more than 110 countries, civil society organizations, and companies that have signed the Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy, "a commitment to make digital technologies work for, not against, democracy and human rights."
The Denmark-led initiative, which was unveiled today, September 5,...
WACC Global and WACC Latin America today urged churches and ecumenical bodies to be part of a "transformative movement" that will work towards creating a digital public sphere that upholds democracy, human rights, mutual accountability, and solidarity.
WACC General Secretary Philip Lee and WACC Deputy General...