A three-day forum at the U.N. Church Center in New York marks the 15th anniversary of a U.N. resolution on women’s roles in war and peace-building and will highlight such issues as religious extremism and media coverage. By: StaffPosted: October 29, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
The right to communicate with a gender perspective in the post 2015 development agenda, is part of a comprehensive approach that WACC and its regions are taking toward addressing the post-2015 SDGs. By: StaffPosted: September 29, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
WACC member femLINKPacific, a Fiji-based community media initiative in the South Pacific, has started a peace campaign in the run-up to the U.N.’s International Day of Peace on Sept. 21. By: StaffPosted: September 09, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
Preliminary results from the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) 2015 reveal an increase of just 1% from five years ago when only 24% of the people heard or read about in print, radio and television news were female. By: StaffPosted: June 01, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
The month of May 2015 is dedicated to "Women and the Media" as a part of the Beijing +20 Review/Campaign, which assesses the progress made since the 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. By: StaffPosted: May 19, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
Two hundred million fewer women have access to the internet than men, according to a study released March 9, reports the Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS). By: StaffPosted: March 10, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
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