• Mindanao
    WACC Corporate Member condemns silencing of indigenous voices
  • Stockholm
    Speech at Nordic conference extols WACC communication values
  • Myanmar
    Appeal to overcome disaster and isolation in Myanmar
  • Espacio-insular
    Espacio Insular wraps up training on citizen journalism
  • Article 19 says information sources must be protected
    Article 19: Information sources must be protected
  • MD3-2015
    Media Development analyzes communication for social change
  • AMARC11 conference highlights women’s role in community radio
    AMARC11 conference highlights women’s role in community radio
  • Ghana
    WACC delegation celebrates power of community radio
  • Gender equality and peace-building
    Gender equality and peace-building
  • Digital Activism or Citizen Journalism?
    Digital Activism or Citizen Journalism?
  • Addis
    ACT Alliance workshop on making development effective
  • EFF
    New online tool helps Americans contact lawmakers
  • Mindanao
  • Stockholm
  • Myanmar
  • Espacio-insular
  • Article 19 says information sources must be protected
  • MD3-2015
  • AMARC11 conference highlights women’s role in community radio
  • Ghana
  • Gender equality and peace-building
  • Digital Activism or Citizen Journalism?
  • Addis
  • EFF

Media Development 3/2015

Enabling People's Voices to be Heard

This issue of Media Development seeks to provide new thinking on how communication for social change can be better shaped by – and aligned with – the challenge of bringing about people-based, sustainable and meaningful transformation.

 

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