Catholic Anglophone Media Association of West Africa (CAMAWA)
1982-06 Accra Ghana
Founded Jun 1982, Accra (Ghana), as a commission of H-XD9038 - Association of Episcopal Conferences of Anglophone West Africa (AECAWA), continuing the work of a regional social communicators' body. Constitution adopted Jul 1983. Functions as organ of liaison, coordination and animation for the 3 Constituting Episcopal Conferences of English Speaking West Africa: Catholic Bishops' Conference of Ghana; D-XD8860 - Inter-Territorial Catholic Bishops' Conference (ITCABIC) (Gambia, Liberia, Sierra Leone); and Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria. No activities reported since 2007.
Provide a forum for coordinating apostolic and professional activities of Catholics in social communication in the region; promote ecumenical collaboration in the apostolate of social communication; help instil human and Christian values in the secular media; help Catholic institutions and pastoral organizations to understand and use video as an educational tool.
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