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.
Palestinian women share a certain particularity which makes them different from other women around the world. This particularity is their active participation in the Palestinian struggle against the Israeli occupation for over 70 years. Their suffering however has neither translated into equal participation and recognition in the different spheres or life, nor led to changing their cultural and stereotypical image in the media.
Zuhura Selemani is Assistant Lecturer in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Dar es Salaam. Selemani is a Global Media Monitoring Project 2015 (GMMP) contributor.
Interview series with the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) network partners discussing how media sexism plays out in their part of the world, and why it is important to end it. Featuring Margaret Sentamu-Masagazi, Uganda Media Women's Association (UMWA).
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.
16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence: Events and activities by the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) network.
Gender bias and sexist coverage of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics.
A gender lens on rural development, family agriculture and land rights news. Report by Kuña Roga, Paraguay.
“When there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit”, Hillary Rodham Clinton commented in her speech to accept the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States of America. This was the first time in U.S. history that a major political party had nominated a woman. While the ceiling may have cracked for women’s ascent to the highest political office, news coverage of this iconic event in American history offers lessons on media sexism - how it rears its head, the excuses media make and the power audiences have to challenge it.