Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP)

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Centre for Communication Rights

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COMMENT

RECENT BLOGS

COMMENT is the Centre for Communication Rights’ take on the rapidly changing world of communications and social media.

Trust is a two-way street

Trust is a two-way street

The theme of WACC’s annual report for 2020 is “Truthful Voices Matter”. What appears to be self-evident reflects a growing perception that public interest media need to rebuild trust in their news content and opinions: by demonstrating impartiality, balance, and...

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Digital justice, still waiting in the wings

Digital justice, still waiting in the wings

Everyone agrees that social media are failing to distinguish between truth and lies. That’s partly because the line is easily blurred, but also because social media are corporate entities running on profit. Few people agree on how to tackle the problem of fake news or...

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#IWD 2021: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world

#IWD 2021: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world

March, the month set aside to honour women's contributions to American history is today commemorated worldwide as "Women's history month". Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world is the theme of International Women's Day March 8.  If there's anything that a...

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CAPACITY BUILDING

PROJECTS

The map below shows a some of the initiatives we have supported over the past few years. You can filter projects by the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) with which each initiative aligns.

PHOTO CREDITS (from top): Bangladesh NP Monitoring/ University of Dhaka; Philip Lee/WACC