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Globethics.net has announced publication of a new book that examines how the world of digital technology is reshaping communications and the implications for society, culture and politics.
A 'pilgrimage of justice and peace' theme has triggered robust discussions on cooperation among Christian communication organisations.
The World Association for Christian Communication has condemned violence on all sides in Egypt and urged media to play a positive role.
The World Association for Christian Communication has called on society and governments to support community radio for native peoples.
The World Association for Christian Communication has chosen as one of its project partners a Peruvian organisation that helps indigenous people find a voice.
Ecumenical groups are highlighting initiatives in the Tanah Papua area of Indonesia and in Papua New Guinea, which shares the island of New Guinea.
The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) has worked with its partners to mark World Radio Day, 13 February, as tool for public engagement.
Climate change in Asia is falling hardest on poor and indigenous communities and Christian communicators are making "climate justice" a key priority.
Communication is a multi-dimensional activity that emphasizes reciprocity and equality," say the head of the World Association of Christian Communication.
The WACC-SIGNIS Human Rights Award 2010 has been given to the Australian-directed documentary ‘The Garden at the End of the World’.