Just over three months following the decision to postpone the global monitoring day, we have made strides towards preparing for this unique GMMP. Prof. Krizstina Rozgonyi with her students at the University of Vienna conducted a pilot test of the new ‘GMMP-during-Covid’ coding instruments on Twitter and Internet news, with results that are both encouraging and concerning. Read Rozgonyi’s analysis and some of her students reactions in this issue.
Prof. Krisztina Rozgonyi and her class at the University of Vienna's Communication Department conducted a pilot test of the GMMP 2020 media monitoring research instruments during the Covid-19 lockdown. A report on the findings and the students' reactions.
Report on violence against women journalists issued by the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences, Dubravka Šimonović.
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.
Briefing paper from ACT Alliance on the gendered dimensions of Covid-19
This year 2020 presents an unprecedented challenge but also the greatest opportunity in our 25-year GMMP journey.
The Global Media Monitoring Project is the proud recipient of the 2019 Donald H. McGannon Award given in recognition for “special contributions to advancing the role of women and persons of colour in the media”.
Alabama’s major newspapers dedicate their Sunday editions to essays by women following signing of a bill that criminalizes most abortions in the state.
The #MeToo movement in Mexico’s creative and media industries.
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).
An innovative recently released short film by the personal grooming company Gillette that seeks to challenge gender stereotypes in advertising is drawing mixed reactions.
The Financial Times is taking steps to correct gender imbalance in the sources quoted in its news stories.
The School of Journalism Setguulch (Mongolia) has just launched itsinitiative “For quality and equality in journalism content” dedicated tojournalism students and young journalists.
European Parliament report on gender equality in the media sector in the EU (2017/2210(INI))
Weam Al Dakheel becomes the first woman to co-anchor the main evening news bulletin on Al Saudiya.
The Coalition for Women in Journalism has noticed with grave concern theonline threats and harassment women journalists in Pakistan face whiledoing their jobs. As Election 2018 approach, these online attacks areintensifying.
The just-published BBC's gender pay gap report for 2017/2018 shows some progress has been made during the past year.
Introducing Gender Equal Media Scotland (GEMScot), an initiative created to transform media in Scotland through feminist research, journalism and advocacy.
Producing media content that promotes feminism, women's politics andresistance strategies to rising militarism, racism and nationalism. by BeFem feminist and cultural centre, Serbia.
Trainee reporter Ambika Raja of the New Indian Express in Kozhikode, Kerala wins NWMI Fellowship
The workshop tostrengthen the capacity of media professionals from St. Lucia, Dominica,Grenada and St. Vincent & The Grenadines to integrate a gender lensand human rights focus in journalistic practice.
“What Gets Measured Gets Done”#WGMGD campaign aims to bridge the gender gap in news and information media by2025.
Pilot study by the Myanmar Women’s Journalists Society (MWJS) on gender portrayal in Myanmar news media. Supported by the International Media Support and Fojo Media Institute.
Ageism in the media. A report on research on gender portrayal in German television and film.
End News Media Sexism interview series. The Global Media MonitoringProject (GMMP) network partners discuss how media sexism plays outin their part of the world, and why it is important to end it. #ENMS
The Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women Dubravka Šimonović isseeking input on good law practices regulating violence against womenand sexual harassment online.
The Global Media Information andLiteracy week organized by UNESCO from October 25 to November 1, 2017, will consider how “ways of learning in information environments” can bere-imagined in the "so-called post-truth" era.
The Indian Express newspaper's month-long campaign featuring gender-focused news stories designed to challenge genderstereotypes and give women and sexual minorities a fair share in newscoverage.
Update on project“Women in Palestinian Media” implemented byWomen and Media Development (TAM) to increase visibility ofwomen in media on issues concerning peace, conflict and security.
Reflections by Jennifer Lee, U.S. Feminist Filmmaker and International Ambassador of the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP)
Reflexiones de Nadia Ferrari: "La reunión organizada por WACC fue una experiencia nutritiva y enriquecedora de las que me llevo varias cosas para destacar".
Jelena Visnjic's reflections on the pre-CSW conference "Gender and Media: Challenges and Opportunities in the Post 2015 Era" hosted by the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) in New York.
Reflexiones de Vilma Peña (WACC Latinoamérica y el Observatiorio GEMA de Costa Rica) sobre la consulta pre-CSW61 "Género y medios: Desafíos y oportunidades en la Era Post 2015" organizada por WACC en Nueva York. 9 -11 de marzo de 2017.
Reflexiones de Sandra Lopez de GAMMA (Ecuador) sobre la consulta pre-CSW61 "Género y medios: Desafíos y oportunidades en la Era Post 2015" organizada por WACC en Nueva York. 9 -11 de marzo de 2017.