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  In this issue: WACC Photo competition 2012 is underway. The theme is Communication for All, the new WACC Vision Statement. The closing date is 1 May 2012. Over 200 participants have already joined the competition. Also in this issue: WACC-North America organizes a roundtable to help journalists explore...

The Ecumenical Jury at this year's Berlinale awarded its prize in the International Competition to Cesare deve morire (Caesar Must Die) directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani (Italy, 2011)....

In matters of freedom of religion or belief, communicators have a duty to present fair and balanced coverage. However, that is not always what happens. There may be a need for some kind of global media observatory for news...

{wacc location="Toronto, Canada"} {teaser} The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) has redesigned its logo to include a new tagline “Communication for All”.{/teaser}By Philip Lee, WACC Deputy-Director of Programs

The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) has redesigned its logo to include a new tagline “Communication...