CSW 61: Ideas on ending media sexism

By Jennifer Lee, U.S. Feminist Filmmaker & Writer, Global Media Monitoring Project International Ambassador

 "We need to connect more personally with each other. During the women's liberation movement here in the U.S. we changed this country within a 10-15 year period. The women's liberation movement was electric, and it happened without email. It happened because of person-to-person, woman-to-woman communication [...]  Being with each other face-to-face is a necessary part of this fight for ending media sexism by 2020. And why is that?"....Listen here

                                 

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Advancing gender equality in media

In my opinion, the most effective strategy to achieve gender-sensitive media is:

Increased gender-awareness training of media professionals
Greater action by audiences to hold their media accountable
Stricter enforcement of gender-focussed media codes and policies
More female journalists, editors and media house managers

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In my view, society is less tolerant of sexist stereotypes in the media now than three years ago.

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