GMMP 2020 National Report for Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) is the world’s longest-running and most extensive research on gender in the news media. The research wasdesigned to capture a snapshot of gender on one “ordinary”’ news day in the world news media. An ordinary news day is defined as one in which the news agenda contains the run-of-the-mill mix of stories, everyday articles…

GMMP 2020 Preliminary Results

25 Years after the Fourth UN World Conference on Women (Beijing), the news media remain far from being inclusive spaces for women and historically marginalized groups, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show. 25 years after the 4th UN World Conference on Women in Beijing, women and historically marginalized groups remain largely invisible in the world’s news…

Gender Portrayal and Monitoring of Media in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015

IntroductionThis report is the outcome of media gender portrayal and representation in stories about gender-based violence and stories about the economy published in two mainstream newspapers in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Dnevni list and Dnevni avaz,

Svjetski projekat monitoringa medija 2015

BOSNA I HERCEGOVINASvjetski projekat monitoringa medija 2015Nacionalni izvještaj

The New York Declaration

Progress towards closing the gender gap in news media content has almost come to a standstill, according to the 2015 Global Media Monitoring Project research. While women are 50% of the world population, they remain only 1 in 4 of the people seen, heard or read about in the news since 2010.

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