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October 25th, 2006

IPS had an outstanding role in the first World Congress on Communication forDevelopment (WCCD) held in Rome, 25-27 October, organized by FAO, the World Bank and the Communication Initiative (CI).

Among media partners were BBC, RAI and IPS. Beside the successful press conference in which IPS actively participated, the Agency organized a laboratory with Reuters, RAI and TeleSur as a follow-up of the process initiated in Florence 2005 aiming to exchange and look for synergies with major global networks to work around development, civil society actions and effects of globalization, especially in the South.

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