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In this issue: Communication rights and free Internet are essential for democracy. Also in this issue: New book looks at contemporary forms of televangelism. WACC calls for action to strengthen community radio for Indigenous people. New resources for gender aware journalism. Community radio: Essential for citizen’s participation. Project Faith – Fostering...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"} {teaser}Gender aware journalism: a more ethical perspective.{/teaser}Gender aware journalism: a more ethical perspective

By Maria Teresa Aveggio, Programme Manager


“The fact that students of Communication will have the possibility of discussing themes such as the importance of...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"} {teaser} Internet freedom is rooted in key principles of US Bill of Rights.{/teaser}

By María Teresa Aveggio, Programme Manager


After the boycott of the Internet on 18 January 2012 as a protest against proposed copyright legislation that would put the Internet’s...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"}{teaser}Exploring the changing face of global and local televangelism on a television screen near you.{/teaser} WACC's former director of studies, Pradip N. Thomas, and WACC's current deputy-director of programmes and editor of its journal Media Development, Philip Lee, have joined forces to publish a collection...