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Perspectives on vibrant discussions around the next Parliament of the World Religions

 WACC is among the organizers of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, taking place in Toronto, Canada, 1-7 November 2018. WACC Director Paul de Silva and WACC North America Vice-President Carole St Laurent attended the press launch.

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WACC project partners’ meeting ‘a meaningful experience’

Kaleidoscope invited Vincent Rajkumar to give his impressions of the WACC consultation on “Gender and Media: Challenges and Opportunities in the post-2015 Era” held in New York 9-11 March 2017. 

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WACC project partners’ meeting in New York 9-11 March 2017: A perspective

There was perhaps no better time to visit New York City than the month of March.  The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) had taken the lead ahead of the Sixty-first session of the Commission on the Status of Women to organise a consultation for its project partners spread across about 25 countries.

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Una visión de género en clave de igualdad y liberación es urgente

La erradicación del patriarcado y el sexismo debe ser nuestra tarea cotidiana y nos incluye a todas las personas.

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Goodbye, Murri!

Traueransprache von Professor Johanna Haberer / Words of Remembrance by Professor Johanna Haberer.
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Sharing information and knowledge for a common cause

In mid-2016 WACC invited a representative from Community Media Network Uganda (COMNETU) to participate in a Partner Consultation titled “Linking Communication Rights to the Sustainable Development Goals”. It took place December 14-16, 2016 in Hong Kong in collaboration with WACC’s organizing partner Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants.

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Foundation Training on Communicating with Communities

The Global Chin Christian Federation (GCCF) is an international platform for cooperation and collaboration for the betterment of the Chin people, both Myanmar and internationally. GCCF is an active WACC corporate member, as well as a current project partner under WACC’s Communication for Social Change programme. 

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Capacity building consultancy brings hope to Women's Media Watch Jamaica

“We want WMW to continue!” Those few words by WACC representative, Joseph Patterson, pumped well-needed fuel into Women's Media Watch, a WACC corporate member approaching 30 years of service in Jamaica, the Caribbean, North America and South Africa. 

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