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October 15, 2020 — Women from the Mé Phaa Indigenous community of San Miguel El Progreso, Mexico, have learned more about how they can address gender inequality through a series of workshops on community radio, leadership, and visual arts, as well as documentary screenings – all part of a project supported by WACC Global and Cultural Survival.   Mujer voz y...

A new report and resource kit to address hateful content online has been published by WACC Europe, the European region of the World Association for Christian Communication. Titled “Breaking Down the Social Media Divides: A Guide for Individuals and Communities to Address Hate Online,” the report...

Since the emergence of the communication rights movements in the 1980s, activists have advanced a vision of the right to communicate as a highly political enterprise. The main idea at the heart of the movement has always been that democratizing media and communication is a way to transform power structures in favour of the public interest and of people and communities whose concerns and stories are rarely seen and heard.