Poverty includes communication poverty. Strengthening the voices of people living in poverty improves understandings and actions aimed at addressing poverty, injustice and inequality and can inform and influence public agendas locally, nationally and internationally Adequate access to knowledge and information helps poor communities work for a better future. Projects will claim and build the communication rights of people living in poverty and strive for better representation of poverty in the media.
Claim and build communication rights to support poor women and men taking action to address poverty, injustice and the growing feminisation of poverty.
Employ communication strategies and practices to achieve a stronger voice for the poor, marginalised and excluded in shaping local and national decision making.
Promote the development of transparent public communication policies, including the right to information of people living in poverty.
Improve the quality and quantity of media representations of poverty
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WACC promotes communication as a basic human right, essential to people's dignity and community.
The World Association for Christian Communication is a UK Registered Charity (number 296073) and a Company registered in England and Wales (number 2082273) with its Registered Office at 16 Tavistock Crescent, London W11 1AP. It is an incorporated Charitable Organisation in Canada (number 83970 9524 RR0001) with its head office at 308 Main Street, Toronto ON, M4C 4X7.