Digital justice study guide now available in French and Spanish
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Digital justice study guide now available in French and Spanish

Digital Justice: A Study and Action Guide” is newly available in French and Spanish, widening access for even more people who want to learn more about being a digital advocate and bridging the digital divide.

The guide, co-published by WACC and the World Council of Churches and launched in November 2022, explores digital divides and what they mean in different contexts. The guide also provides practical tools as well as case studies that tell the story of how coordinated advocacy can bridge digital divides.

Chapters for individual and group reflection include:

  • Digital Divides in a Global Society
  • Accessing Digital Spaces
  • Weaponization of Digital Resources
  • Surveillance, Censorship, and Privacy
  • Digitality and Marginalized Peoples

The guide outlines three steps to strengthen digital justice at the grassroots level, regionally, and globally: educate, advocate, and connect.

Presentation at the international symposium “Communication for Social Justice in a Digital Age” organized by WACC and the WCC in September 2021.
Photo: Albin Hillert


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Download the guide for free in French, Spanish, or English, and find more resources to take action as a digital justice advocate.

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