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  on January 21, 2014

The following is a selection of important publications related to Gender and the Media that may be useful for your own work and research (listed in alphabetical order):

 

CAUCASIA -2 pdf icon (552.44 kB)

Second issue, 2006 - Issue Subject: Gender and Discrimination (in Russian).

CAUCASIA - 8 pdf icon (318.77 kB)

Eighth issue, August, 2005 - Issue Subject: Gender and Media issues (in English).
 

 CEEW News Agency #1 word ico (104.50 k)

By the Hungarian Women’s Media, 8 March 2006 (in English).

CONTENT DISCONTENT: TOWARDS A FAIR PORTRAYAL OF WOMEN IN THE MEDIA pdf icon (12.89 kB)

contentdiscontent smallA handbook on the coverage of women and men in the media published by Instraw/SER, 1995, Santo Domingo.


  

 

 

THE GENDER AND MEDIA HANDBOOK: Promoting Equality, Diversity & Empowerment pdf icon (2.39 MB)

By the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS)

GENDER AND MEDIA AUDIENCE STUDY (GMAS)

A regional study on media consumption patterns in 13 Southern African countries, conducted by Gender Links in partnership with the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA), the Gender and Media Southern Africa Network (GEMSA), universities, and media advocacy organisations.

INSTRAW PROGRESS REPORT: WOMEN AND THE MEDIA pdf icon (570.07 kB)

By the United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women

SOUTHERN AFRICAN GENDER AND MEDIA BASELINE STUDY (GMBS) pdf icon (3.75 MB)

By MISA and Gender Links

VIRTUAL RESOURCE CENTRE

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As gender and media activists worldwide take an active role in the three weeks campaign on gender and the media around the findings of the third Global Media Monitoring (GMMP), Gender Links has prepared a special database with Southern Africa case studies.

 

 

WHO TALKS ON TALK SHOWS?

Conducted by Gender Links in partnership with country chapters of the Gender and Media Southern Africa (GEMSA) Network from June-July 2005.
 
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Beijing +20: In my opinion...

The most important contribution that the Beijing Platform for Action has made to advancing gender equality in and through the media is:

Setting global standards to which governments and the media can be held accountable
Bringing coherence to and greater understanding of civil society initiatives on gender, women and media
Raising the profile of work on 'women and media' as important for addressing gender inequalities in women's lived experiences.

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