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Recognizing and Building Communication Rights Indigenous People’s Voices Auto-Recordings of Indigenous Cultures ad Practices in the Philippines Media Makers: Strengthening Voices of Filipino Women from Marginalised Communities Preserving and Promoting the Dumagat Culture Communication for Peace Communication is Peace-Building Viable Communities in Asia Women in...

The empire has no clothes without the raiment provided by the mass media. Open journalism may be one way of holding the empire to account and of reducing servitude. Media ownership and control, news manipulation, Internet censorship, unequal access to new technologies, and a growing dependence on social media are all elements of the political and social domination of society that communication rights can challenge.

  In this issue: WACC photo competition 2012 makes no awards.  Also in this issue: Ecumenical movement needs to rethink communications say Christian communicators. WACC launches campaign to empower villagers affected by mine in Papua New Guinea. Climate Justice highlighted at WACC-Asia meeting. Global giving...

  In this issue: WACC Photo competition 2012 is underway. The theme is Communication for All, the new WACC Vision Statement. The closing date is 1 May 2012. Over 200 participants have already joined the competition. Also in this issue: WACC-North America organizes a roundtable to...