To what extent is gender violence based on culture, family, rape, sexual assault, trafficking, and similar violations considered newsworthy enough to be featured in mainstream television, radio and print news
Statement from the Global Alliance on Media and Gender, November 2, 2019
Women continue to be excluded from peace and political processes, despite a UN resolution adopted nearly two decades ago, which acknowledged that armed conflicts disproportionately affect their health, safety and human rights, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres acknowledged in an open debate October 29.
The Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP), WACC’s flagship initiative since 1995, will receive the Donald H. McGannon Award at the United Church of Christ’s 37th annual Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunications Lecture and Awards Breakfast October 17, in Washington, D.C.
The impact of the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) cannot be overstated, says journalist-activist Amie Joof.
Will you help make the 2020 Global Media Monitoring (GMMP) possible?
Balance drives a better-working world #BalanceforBetter. Gender balance in journalism requires a shift towards media practice that responds to the needs and interests of audiences, half of whom are women. Here is what you can do to promote gender balance in journalism In line with the theme for International Women's Day 2019.
Call for participation in the ‘End News Media Sexism’ campaign to hold media accountable in the struggle to end gender violence in and through the media.