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WACC's Board of Directors has approved a new Strategic Plan for 2022-2026, intended as a foundation for its network worldwide "to take a leadership role that advances communication rights in a rapidly changing world."  [See Spanish and French versions] The plan focuses on new program priorities, building...

WACC and the Christian Broadcasting Service of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon have partnered to help promote a more positive attitude and counter hate narratives toward migrants in Douala, Cameroon's economic capital. Doula hosts more than 400,000 of the more than one million Internally Displaced Persons...

Optimism brought about by drafting of new constitution dampened by polarizing presidential election Chile, a country known for being among the most prosperous and politically stable countries in Latin America over the past 30 years, is at a crossroads. And like most  crossroads, there are challenges,...

With Western-style education and the Internet taking over traditional learning processes in many parts of Costa Rica, the Indigenous people of the Cabeca nation, in Talamanca province, have expressed concern about threats to Cabecar culture and language, including their broad cosmovision.   A WACC-supported project, La antena...

Global internet freedom has declined for the 11th consecutive year, according to the latest report from Freedom House. “Freedom on the Internet 2021” focuses on surveillance, censorship, privacy legislation, and encryption. The report notes that “unequal access to the internet entrenches societal inequity” and calls for...