Since 1970, WACC has published Media Development, a quarterly journal that has examined critical issues about the role of communications in promoting social justice worldwide....
Living in a post-truth era, where people disregard facts or cherry-pick
those that bolster their own beliefs, is the biggest challenge facing
communication rights of people around the world, says Piet Halma,...
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, WACC Asia
Newar Indigenous peoples displaced by a road expansion in Bhaktapur
Municipality, Kathmandu Valley, have been promised compensation by the
Nepalese government as a result of the local community’s activism,
including a sustained public...
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The 30th birthday of the World Wide Web saw its founder publish an open letter reflecting on how the web has changed our world. He identifies what must be done to...
The shrinking space for civil society, increasing religious
fundamentalism and the rise of far-right populism around the world are
major developments that hinder people’s right to communicate, says Dr.
Musimbi Kanyoro, one of...
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, WACC Asia
When the most devastating flood in Bihar’s history came in 1987, Renu
Devi recalled that the rampaging waters and landslides had swept away
people who were sleeping, along with their beds....