"It is essential to promote forms of communication that not only challenge the patriarchal nature of media but strive to decentralise and democratise them: to create media that encourage dialogue and debate; media that advance women and peoples' creativity [...] Media which are responsive to people's needs". (The Bangkok Declaration, 1994) This blog seeks to encourage a critical engagement with questions about the gender dimensions of print, broadcast and digital media policy and practice. The posts highlight news, events, analyses and information from around the world in an effort to spur gender-focussed debate and action.
Report on a rapid assessment study of the impact of COVID-19 on the work of women-led organisations affiliated to Mosawa Network.
A WACC partner project by LGBT*IQA Association Okvir to develop an archive of LGBTQ struggles in the Balkans during the 1990s-2016 war and post-conflict years. Bringing visibility to the stories of survival of LGBT*IQA persons and refugees.
Critical media monitoring to promote the rights of refugees to speak on their own behalf and to have their voices respectfully heard and adequately represented by the media. Research by the Europe region of the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC).Read More
The just-published BBC's gender pay gap report for 2017/2018 shows some progress has been made during the past year.Read More
Representación de las mujeres y los hombres de la sección local en los medios impresos de la ciudad de Saltillo. El Diario de Coahuila, el Zócalo de Saltillo y el Vanguardia. Autores: Hernández Méndez, Hortencia y Noriega, Sofía.
IA report by the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development.Read More
A call for submissions from the UN Working Group on the issue of discrimination against women in law and practice.
Elimination de la discrimination à l’égard des femmes : Questionnaire concernant les bonnes pratiques.
La eliminación de la discriminación y el empoderamiento de la mujer: Cuestionario sobre buenas prácticas.
A call for papers on the subject of gender, politics, and the media, by the Journal of the Italian Association of Political Communication.Read More