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Johannesburg 2007: SIGNIS Delegation to the 5th World Summit
Brussels, March 20, 2007 (SIGNIS) - The 5th World Summit on Media & Children which is to take place from March 24 to 28 in Johannesburg, South Africa, hopes to gather a thousand professionals and 300 teenagers. The theme of the Summit is "Media as tools for peace and global democracy". A special emphasis will be put on radio, one of the world’s most popular media.
SIGNIS will be actively participating at the Summit with a Delegation of 12 people coming from North and South America, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific. SIGNIS World President Augy Loorthusamy will be heading the Delegation and will present a paper on "Media as a tool to build peace" on March 26.
The 5th World Summit on Media & Children is the follow-up to the Rio Summit of 2004, in which a SIGNIS Delegation already participated.
More information: www.5wsmc.com