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Gender-based violence on and through digital communication technologies is arguably the most pervasive human rights violation on the Internet. It is clear that technology — once considered an agent for gender equality — has become a serious threat to women’s rights. Sexual harassment. Rape threats. Objectification....

WACC’s Latin America region has joined with other regional communication networks in calling on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) to take concrete action to ensure stronger promotion of Indigenous communication rights. An autonomous organ of the Organization of American States (OAS), the IACHR is...

WACC applauds the Quito Declaration from the First Latin America Communication Congress held last month in Quito, Ecuador. “The Declaration recognizes that communication is transformative and has a critical role to play in promoting positive change in terms of social, gender, and climate justice,“ said WACC...

A WACC-supported initiative in Nicaragua is building the capacity of Indigenous community radio as a tool for rights advocacy, social justice, sustainable development, and cultural flourishing. WACC is partnering with CASEMIP RL (Cooperativa Agropecuaria de Servicios Multiples "Indian Pawanka" RL) to offer training in media production...