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 media, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show. See results: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
The past five years have seen small incremental changes towards gender parity in subjects and sources particularly in broadcast news. Still, the pace of change remains glacial. See results: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
There has been significant progress towards gender balance in news reporting; women’s role as television news reporters is more prominent now than ever, with 48% of televised news being reported by women, preliminary results of the 2020 Global Media Monitoring Project show. Read more: bit.ly/3kFeTa0
In European televised news, people age 80 and over are less than 1% of subjects and sources and, of these, just under 28% are women.
In a year where #COVID19 dominated the world’s news, #GMMP2020 preliminary results show that on the Internet, women are even less visible in stories related to the pandemic than in non-pandemic news, especially in Latin America and Asia. http://bit.ly/3kFeTa0
Covid-19 presented an opportunity to investigate the gender dimensions of news during a global pandemic. One out of 4 stories is related to the pandemic, for instance, news about rising social and economic inequalities due to the novel coronavirus.
UN Women, the lead United Nations entity on gender equality, has supported GMMP thrice consecutively since 2010. “The news industry must adopt codes of conduct that define and actively redress gender discrimination and stereotyping, starting with an increase in women’s leadership within the media industry,” says UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.
On the Internet, women are less visible in stories related to Covid-19 than in non-Covid news especially in Latin America and Asia. Only in the #Caribbean does web-published news appear to be performing better in Covid-related stories on this indicator. http://bit.ly/3kFeTa0
We organize trainings, seminars, round tables and lectures for representatives of non-governmental organizations and institutions dealing with victims of human trafficking and all forms of violence (police, social workers, judges, doctors, lawyers, school teachers, etc.)
Association "Novi put" with the support of the Network of BiH NGOs active in the fight against human trafficking "RING" and in partnership with the association "Žena BiH" implemented street campaigns in Herzegovina Nerteva Canton to raise awareness of the risks of human trafficking, focusing on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on human trafficking trends and victim protection.
Association “Novi put” supported by the World Association of Christina Communications WACC implements the project titled “Challenging gender stereotypes and advancing gender equality objectives in news media organizations“
NATO Donation to “Novi put” will facilitate implementation of activities on awareness raising about violence committed against women and children in the Herzegovina region and provision of direct and online assistance to victims of violence in the project area.
The activities of the Association „Novi put“ targeting children potential and genuine victims of abuse were supported by the Winter Diplomatic Bazar.
The project will be implemented in the period February-June 2020 and will include prevention and education lectures, informative campaign and distribution of informative materials, providing direct psychological and social assistance to children and operation of phone and online Help Line.
Association “Novi put” supported by the World Association of Christina Communications WACC implements the project titled “Challenging gender stereotypes and advancing gender equality objectives in news media organizations“.