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Balance drives a better-working world #BalanceforBetter. Gender balance in journalism requires a shift towards media practice that responds to the needs and interests of audiences, half of whom are women. Here is what you can do to promote gender balance in journalism In line with the theme for International Women's Day 2019.
Tanya Notley, a digital media researcher and educator discusses how women are represented in news media globally and in Australia.
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.
Monitoreo de Medios : Representación de la pobreza en medios de zonas de frontera. Caso Argentina / Brasil – Argentina / Bolivia.
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.
The New York Declaration updates the 1994 Bangkok Declaration that first proposed the idea of a Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP). It is the outcome of the “Gender & media: challenges and opportunities in the Post 2015 era” symposium held in New York (March, 2017) for civil society organisations implementing gender and communication projects with the support of WACC.
On March 8, International Women's Day and throughout the month of March, #PressforProgress on gender equality in and through the media | Journée internationale des femmes Insistons pour le progrès pour l'égalité des sexes dans et à travers les médias | Presionemos por el progreso para promover la igualdad de género en y a través los medios de comunicación
Articles in this issue of WACC's Media Development Journal are based on papers by the Global Alliance for Media and Gender (GAMAG) developed in preparation for the 62nd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (2018).
Evidencia de las articulaciones entre violencia de género, pensamiento mágico y medios. Estudio deCentro de Acción y Promoción de la Mujer, CEPAM Guayaquil, Ecuador