Media Self-Regulation Talks for Saint Lucia

September 15, 2016 – The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM), in collaboration with the Media Association of Saint Lucia (MASL), will be hosting an industry consultation on developing a framework for Media Self-Regulation in Saint Lucia on September 30, 2016. The UNESCO-funded consultation follows research conducted in 2014 by an ACM team in Guyana, […] Read more

Sep, 15, 2016


ACM at GFMD talks in Jakarta

The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) will be exploring ways to increase international networking and partnerships at the 2016 World Forum for Media Development to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia from September 20 to 22, 2016. The 2016 World Forum for Media Development, entitled Decoding the Future: Rethinking Media for a New World is […] Read more

Sep, 05, 2016


The Cybercrime Bill of St Vincent and the Grenadines

Aug 04, 2016 – The Association of Caribbean Media Workers (ACM) has noted with concern continuing efforts by some countries of the Caribbean to address legitimate issues associated with harmful online content through legislation which, in our view, tramples on important principles associated with freedom of expression and freedom of the press. Some of our […] Read more

Aug, 08, 2016


Our Children, Our Media

The media in the Caribbean region have been pivotal in breaking the silence around violence and abuse of children. Greater awareness of child rights deprivations and violations in this region is in part due to increased media focus on these issues. This guide for journalists and broadcasters will help build the capacity of the media […] Read more

Jul, 04, 2016


A Media Guide on Children for Journalists

Our Children, Our Media: A Guide for Media Practitioners will be launched in Port of Spain on Thursday June 30 at the end of a Forum for Media Managers hosted by UNICEF, the Caribbean Broadcasting Union and the ACM. The manual for journalists and social media practitioners represents the culmination of work conducted under a […] Read more

Jun, 28, 2016


ACM Statement on World Press Freedom Day 2016

  May 3, 2016 – The Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) joins with its national affiliates from the Caribbean in observance of World Press Freedom Day 2016. This year’s theme: “Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms” strikes at the heart of the ACM mandate to participate in the shaping of societies committed to greater openness […] Read more

May, 02, 2016


ACM Observes World Press Freedom Day in POS

The ACM, in collaboration with the Trinidad and Tobago Publishers and Broadcasters Association (TTPBA), in an event sponsored by the US Embassy in Port of Spain will observe World Press Freedom Day on May 3, 2016 at a workshop for T&T journalists entitled: New Journalism for the New Age. The theme for this year’s WPFD […] Read more

Apr, 29, 2016


ACM President’s UWI Public Lecture, Jamaica April 12 2016

Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC), UWI – Public Lecture, Montego Bay, Jamaica, April 12, 2016 Exploring the Caribbean Media Landscape: Mergers, Models and the Practice of Journalism – Wesley Gibbings I warn you that the issue I have been asked to address is very complex and goes beyond the mere institutional, commercial and regulatory […] Read more

Apr, 13, 2016


Photos: 8th Biennial General Assembly – T&T October 4, 2015


Feb, 04, 2016



Reporting on Children Project

The ACM is currently engaged in a project, in collaboration with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU), the UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Office and the OECS Secretariat, to develop guidelines for responsible media coverage of children’s issue.” The project seeks to build the capacity of media executives and professionals in traditional and new media institutions in the […] Read more

Jan, 20, 2016


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