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".
Resultados de un proyecto de investigación realizado en el departamento de La Paz a 12 medios de comunicación en lo que hace a la visibilización y presencia y voces de las mujeres aymaras en medios de comunicación, para generar incidencia pública tanto con comunicadores, como con autoridades públicas comunicacionales.
A CALL TO ACTION The month of May 2015 is dedicated to "Women and the Media" as a part of the…
In anticipation of the High-level review of progress made in implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1325, WACC in collaboration with UN Women and partners in approximately 20 countries undertook a media monitoring initiative in April, 2015 to understand the gender dimensions of news content related to peace and security.
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.
Executive summary of the report "Women and Rural Areas in Bangladesh News: Ensuring Fair Representation". Media monitoring research by the activist women's organization Bangladesh Nari Progati Sangha. Monitoring findings suggest a reinforcing by media, of the systemic gender and urban-rural disparity. "Mass media thus are not the voice of the mass people in Bangladesh".
How the news media can apply a gender lens in reporting about peace and security, in order to contribute to ending violence against women.
News media monitoring study by Women for Women's Rights, Palestine, shows that women are vastly under-represented as journalists and in content. “Palestinian women are portrayed … as oppressed, incompetent, exploited, incapable, and unappreciated. They are not viewed as empowered partners in social and economic development. In fact, women who are capable and successful are rarely invited to actively participate in development and share their stories of success".