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The list of small projects being supported by WACC in 2014 includes a Brazilian group that challenges racist and sexist stereotypes in that country’s media, a center in Zimbabwe that empowers girls to use media to change attitudes toward child marriage, and a Tanzanian group...

Concerned citizens protesting in Cairo, Egypt. Photo: MEI. WACC deplores the escalating violence taking place in Egypt and the deteriorating political situation. It calls on media practitioners inside and outside the country to offer informed and balanced coverage and to work for a peaceful solution to the conflict. The...