Gender and Media Advocacy Training Workshops

  on January 21, 2014

WACC is organising with partners Advocacy Training Workshops during2006, 2007 and 2008. These capacity building workshops aim at providinglocal groups with the capacity to enter into an effective dialogue withtheir media to ensure that gender portrayal becomes a professionalcriterion like any other such as balance, fairness and honesty whichall journalists should aspire to in their work.

For information on workshops that have taken placebefore today's date, please scroll the calendar on the right hand sideto retrieve the information.


Africa Region: The Africa Woman and Child Feature Service (AWC), Kenya

The Inter African Network for Women, Media, Gender Equity and Development (FAMEDEV), Senegal

Caribbean Region:Women's Media Watch (WMW), Jamaica

Central & Eastern Europe Region:Be Emancipated Be Aware (B.a.B.e), Croatia

Latin America Region: Grupo de apoyo al movimiento de mujeres del Azuay (GAMMA), Cuenca-Ecuador

Pacific Region:femLINKPACIFIC Media Initiatives for Women, Fiji.

Middle East & North Africa Region:Arab Media Network for Human Development (AMMANET), Jordan

- 23/10/07

Caribbean Workshop, 10-12 April, Kingston (Jamaica) - 10/04/08

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