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  • Featured Blog Post

    Network of Women in Media, India (NWMI) is tracking gender-related issues in media coverage of the elections - See more at: http://whomakesthenews.org/blog/india-gender-issues-in-election-coverage#sthash.3FfRxm0y.dpuf

    What will shape women's rights over the next 15 years? Share your thoughts through an online discussion on the Sustainable Development Goals. The Guardian (UK) online news invites your participation.


  • Locate your gender lens! A conversational tool

    A GPS to catalyze critical reflection on the intersections between gender concerns and journalistic ethics. Un GPS qui vise à susciter une réflexion critique sur les croisements entre le 'genre ' et la déontologie journalistique. Un GPS para catalizar la reflexión crítica sobre las intersecciones entre las cuestiones de género y la ética periodística.

  • The Learning Resource Kit

    Available in Russian, Arabic, Spanish, French and English, this training and learning resource kit aims to provide an answer to the gender gap in news content and lack of self-regulatory mechanisms - where these do not exist - to confront gender bias. Book 1 discusses conceptual issues on gender, media and professional ethics. Book 2 presents guidelines for reporting on several thematic areas from a gender ethics perspective. Themes covered include climate change, disasters, economic and political news reporting. 

  • Media & Gender Monitor

    Media & Gender Monitor is a bi-annual publication from the WACC’s Media & Gender Justice Programme distributed to more than 3,000 individuals and organisations worldwide. It aims to articulate the concerns of the WACC’s Media & Gender Justice Programme from global, regional and local perspectives and address a wide range of gender and communication issues. 

Audiovisual Resources


Advancing gender equality in media

In my opinion, the most effective strategy to achieve gender-sensitive media is:

Increased gender-awareness training of media professionals
Greater action by audiences to hold their media accountable
Stricter enforcement of gender-focussed media codes and policies
More female journalists, editors and media house managers

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