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Reporters Without Borders has underlined growing concerns about a steady decline of press freedom in several European Union member states, including Greece, Malta, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, and Slovenia. In “‘Worrying picture’: Journalists in Europe face increasing risk, press freedom group warns” (The Guardian, 14 April...

The antics of the outgoing US president have raised profound questions about the role of mass and social media in society today. How do public interest media – the kind that publish information and points of view on important issues that affect policies, lives, and...

This issue of Media Development is not the first in which the journal has turned its attention to the Caribbean. In 1998, with contributions by communication stalwarts such as Aggrey Brown, Lawrence D. Carrington, and Patrick A.B. Anthony, we published “Communication Issues in the Caribbean”....

Raising WACC’s profile as one of the key global players on gender and communication, and supporting critical applications of communication rights in new areas for today’s world, were priorities set by WACC’s newly appointed international Board of Directors at its meeting in London, UK, September 24-26.