Thirteen global and regional religious organizations and church-backed groups, including the European Region of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC Europe), have urged the European Union to provide immediate...
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Once used mainly by teens and young millennials, Instagram continues to grow as one of the most popular social media platforms.
As of June 2018, Instagram had reached one billion monthly active users. More than 500 million use the platform daily.
Learning to respect and trust
If peace is a measure of a society’s ability to absorb shocks without falling or relapsing into conflict, then it must be based on trust, equality,...
Months-long Covid-19 lockdowns in Colombia have resulted in “an increase in xenophobia and rejection of the migrant,” according to WACC Global partners who are providing Venezuelan migrants and host communities with access to relevant information and communication...
William F. Fore, who has died aged 92, was President of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) from 1982 to 1990.
Graduating from Occidental College, he received his BD degree from Yale...
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Free Press and four allies have filed a lawsuit (27 August 2020) challenging an order against social media companies.
The US District Court, Northern District of California, will hear a complaint against President Trump’s “Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship”, which targets online platforms with a range of official reprisals – including threats to their established legal immunity, investigation by government enforcement agencies, and the loss of significant government spending – for engaging in constitutionally protected speech, including combating misinformation online.