The World Association for Christian Communication NACC) has been a pioneer in advocating for the right to public memory.
What does WACC stand for?
WACC stands for World Association for Christian Communication
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We have 111 other meanings of WACC in our Acronym Attic
- Weapons and Ammunition Commodity Council (US DHS)
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- Wellington Acorn Computer Club (New Zealand)
- West Auckland Community Church (UK)
- Whittier Area Community Church (Whittier, California)
- Williamsport Area Community College (now the Pennsylvania College of Technology; Williamsport, PA)
- Women against Cervical Cancer
- Work Activities Coordination and Collaboration (workshop)
- World Africa Chamber of Commerce
- World Altair Computer Convention (est. 1976)
- World Association of Christian Communication - Africa Region
- Washington Association of Child Care Centers
- Waste Acceptance Criteria Certification Committee
- Western Australian Chinese Chamber of Commerce (est. 1987)
- Wisconsin Association of County Corporation Counsel
- Worcester Area College Computation Center (Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Worcester, MA)
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- West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (University of Ghana)
- Western Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Wisconsin Association of Computer Crime Investigators
Samples in periodicals archive:
Toronto: World Association for Christian Communication and Geneva: World Council of Churches, .
In an age when many analysts focus on the 'clash of civilizations,' it is the calling of Christian communicators and journalists to encourage communication between civilizations," said a statement following the meeting of the European regional association of the World Association for Christian Communication, whose headquarters are in Toronto.
World Association for Christian Communication, a media savvy advocacy agency with representatives in over 100 countries, opened its new offices in Toronto in October.
He continues to serve on a number of ecumenical boards, including the World Association for Christian Communication.
ENI-The World Association for Christian Communication, a global media development and advocacy network, is relocating its headquarters from London to Toronto following a decline in grants from European donors to cover its core budget.
About the same time, an ambitious project of book publication was begun, in cooperation with the World Association for Christian Communication and Sage Publications.
The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) recently opened its new global headquarters in Toronto, having moved from London, England.