Los resultados del monitoreo de noticias económicas en los principales medios impresos y televisivos en el Ecuador. El monitoreo fue realizado durante la última semana de junio de 2016 y se incluyó en el análisis 4 medios impresos y 5 canales de televisión.
The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC), the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) Network and other partners launch "End news media sexism by 2020" campaign.
A gender lens on rural development, family agriculture and land rights news. Report by Kuña Roga, Paraguay.
A reflection for World Press Freedom Day 2016 drawing insights from the Global Media Monitoring Project 1995-2015 findings.
Date: 18 March 2016. Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. Venue: Conference Room 11 - GA Building.…
To mark International Women's Day, the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) calls for action to end news media sexism by 2020.
Censored gender, a research report by Article 19 Asia Programme on "Women's right to freedom of expression and information in Myanmar".
A CALL TO ACTION The month of May 2015 is dedicated to "Women and the Media" as a part of the…
On March 25, teams in more than 130 countries across seven continents took part in the global monitoring day for the 2015 edition of the Global Media Monitoring Project. The photos and engaging conversations on social media attest to a vibrant movement for gender equality in and through the news media.
Four years ago in 2011, UNESCO's 36th General Conference declared 13 February "World Radio Day". Participate in GMMP 2015 to help discover what progress has been made since 2010, and to contribute to discussions on strategies to accelerate substantive gender equality in and through radio.