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A WACC-supported project will train about 90 women, young people and persons with disabilities in the use of digital media to enable them to have their voices heard and increase their access to information in disadvantaged communities in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The...

The fruits of a September symposium on “Communication for Social Justice in a Digital Age” are being shared globally—with an invitation to contribute to an action plan for steps on the way to digital justice.The manifesto drawn up at the symposium is being distributed, along...

Global internet freedom has declined for the 11th consecutive year, according to the latest report from Freedom House. “Freedom on the Internet 2021” focuses on surveillance, censorship, privacy legislation, and encryption. The report notes that “unequal access to the internet entrenches societal inequity” and calls for...

WACC announces its support for a project in Georgia that aims to empower disadvantaged youth from 25 secondary schools and universities by helping them acquire and develop digital skills that will increase their capacity to address social challenges faced by their communities. The Digital Solutions for...