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The membership of WACC has elected Embert Charles, a communications and media specialist from the West Indies, to a second two-year term as president of the global association for communication rights, for 2023-2027. Charles has been president of WACC Global since 2019. A native of Saint...

Churches and civil society group must focus on questions of power around artificial intelligence (AI)—be that tech, political, gender, or racial power—and examine who is being included and excluded, concluded speakers at a 9 March webinar at the NGO CSW67 Forum running parallel to the...

Two contemporary “utopias” come under communication rights scrutiny in the latest Media Development, WACC’s quarterly journal. The issue “Utopia or Bust: In Search of Inclusion” examines the Metaverse, which seeks to combine multiple sources of information on one digital platform, and Latin America’s Pink Tide 2.0,...