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A new WACC-supported study underlines the centrality of community radio to bridge communication and information gaps that hinder local communities in the Amazon from actively participating in forming environmental policy.The publication, “Voces de la Amazonia: Diagnóstico Ambiental – Comunicacional de la Amazonia Ecuatoriana, Brasileña y...

WACC has launched Voices of the Amazon, a multi-year project in partnership with the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) that will use community radio to enable grassroots communities in the region to be active participants in developing environmental policy. [caption id="attachment_52954" align="alignleft" width="300"] La...

Venezuelan migrants, who already face economic difficulties resulting from their migration to neighbouring countries like Colombia, are also experiencing a host of health issues, according to a study conducted by WACC partners Grupo Comunicarte, Fundacion Comunicacion Positiva and Fe Y Alegreria Venezuela Radio Institute.   Migrants who often...

In light of the many health and economic challenges affecting migrants everywhere, WACC is proud to announce its continued support for a network of community radio stations working to meet the information and communication needs of Venezuelan migrants in Colombia. Venezuelan migration represents the biggest...

WACC Communication for Social Change manager Lorenzo Vargas recently visited two community radio stations in Colombia which are taking part in a WACC-supported project establishing a network of environmental journalists to help promote a culture of people-led environmental protection in regions that are home to...

Months-long Covid-19 lockdowns in Colombia have resulted in “an increase in xenophobia and rejection of the migrant,” according to WACC Global partners who are providing Venezuelan migrants and host communities with access to relevant information and communication platforms.  It is crucial now more than ever, to raise awareness about the plight of migrants...