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WACC’s Annual Report 2023 “Communication Justice for All” showcases the organization’s collective work last year to speak up for and advance just, inclusive, and community-led communication worldwide.“WACC believes in communication that builds and shapes community, enhances participation, and promotes freedom. Communication that demands accountability, builds...

By Philip Lee, WACC general secretaryWinding up the WSIS+20 Forum High-Level Event (Geneva, May 27–31), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Secretary-General Doreen Bogdan-Martin said, “This week has shown, with the AI for Good Global Summit happening in parallel, that we are well on our way towards...

A WACC-supported project run by the Woman of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is strengthening community-based connectivity in the rural North of the country, with a particular focus on bridging the digital gender gap. WOUGNET, which brings together women-led Ugandan civil society organizations, was established in 2000 to...

The event “Digital Communication Rights: Empowering women for the digital age” on 12 March at the NGO CSW Forum 68 offered civil society advocates, academics, and media professionals tools to advance a gender-just digital world. The Forum is a civil society gathering held annually in parallel...