A boy takes a selfie on a mobile phone as people gather around a fire inside a refugee…
By: StaffPosted: March 25, 2020
A project to establish “communication that brings us together” began with a mix of “great enthusiasm and uncertainty” over a year ago in Colombia, as the country grappled with the influx of an unprecedented number of Venezuelan migrants.
By: StaffPosted: March 04, 2020
A project supported by WACC Global has trained more than 100 Indigenous broadcasters and members of the Indigenous community of Muellamués, Colombia, in producing radio programmes on peace, self-governance, gender equality, and human rights.
By: StaffPosted: February 21, 2020
On February 13, World Radio Day
, WACC Global joins UNESCO in urging radio stations worldwide to “uphold diversity, both in their newsroom and on the airwaves.”
By: StaffPosted: February 10, 2020
Tharu-speaking Indigenous journalists in Nepal have enhanced their news and reporting skills, and production of news in Tharu has increased, thanks to a capacity building project undertaken by WACC local partner Prachin Srijansil Aadibashi Samaj.
By: StaffPosted: February 04, 2020
Colombia is one of 20 countries most at risk from suffering the disastrous effects of climate change.
By: StaffPosted: January 15, 2020
response to rising xenophobia and racism in the Dominican Republic,
WACC partner Espacio de Comunicación Insular has launched an awareness
raising campaign on the issue and is developing a guide for ethical and
By: StaffPosted: December 09, 2019
Twenty-four technicians and broadcasters from 21 community radio stations in Nepal are now able to repair and conduct technical maintenance of broadcasting equipment on their own, thanks to a WACC-supported training conducted by its local partner, Indigenous Community Radio Network (ICRN).
By: StaffPosted: November 29, 2019
, a longstanding member and partner of WACC will play a central role in organizing the 2020 Pan-Amazon Social Forum
, especially in relation to communications and communication rights.
By: StaffPosted: October 25, 2019
An Indigenous community radio station in El Estor,
Guatemala, is taking a more active role in covering allegations of human
rights abuses involving extractive industries in their municipality, an
offshoot of a one-year project that included crafting a strategic plan
that emphasizes community participation, Indigenous rights, and women’s
By: StaffPosted: September 05, 2019