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What do we mean by “communication rights”? In the most recent Media Development, contributors unpack their understanding of the term and in doing so underline the necessity of a rights-based approach to communication, regardless of the language used. “‘Communication rights’ … expands freedom of opinion and...

May we continue to pursue communication that   brings hope where there is despair builds community where there is hate enables participation where there is exclusion promotes freedom and demands accountability where there is repression celebrates diversity where there is fear fosters peace where there is insecurity sows connectedness where there is alienation demands...

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...

WACC emphasized the vital link between communication rights and pressing issues such as climate justice, migrants’ rights, gender equality, freedom of expression, and media viability at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) in Lyon, France, last week. The event...

WACC’s 2022 Annual Report “Building a Network and a Movement for Social Justice” highlights the organization’s vital, collective work throughout the globe to remove obstacles to communication for all.The newly released publication presents activities from the first year of WACC’s strategic plan for 2022–2026 to...