IFJ Gender Newsletter July 2012

  on January 21, 2014

The July 2012 issue of the International Federation of Journalists' (IFJ) Gender Newsletter is now available.

Articles featured include:

  • Where are women in media leadership?
  • Zimbabwe Union of Journalists launches campaign against sexual harassment in the media
  • European Federation of Journalists adopts sexual harassment policy
  • Cyprus media regulator says magazine violates ethics codes over sex content

Download your copy at: http://www.ifj.org/assets/docs/033/201/9ecfb21-eba68c9.pdf

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