Solange De Santis is a freelance journalist who previously worked for AP and Reuters. She was a staff writer for nine years at the Anglican Journal in Toronto and most recently editor of the ecumenical news service ENInews.
People of faith rally to end silence and stigma and to remove barriers to gender justice.By: Solange De SantisPosted: March 20, 2017 (0) Comments (0) Like
Religious values and organizations are vitally important to the success of the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals.By: Solange De SantisPosted: April 04, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
Workshop explores how the media can better cover women.By: Solange De SantisPosted: April 01, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
Rise of social media has affected news coverage of religion.By: Solange De SantisPosted: April 01, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
RCC 2016 panel of experts says faith groups need to navigate religious differences as powerful as the causes they espouse.By: Solange De SantisPosted: April 01, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
U.N. panel of experts calls for coordinated action to combat sexism in the portrayal of women in news and popular culture.By: Solange De SantisPosted: March 18, 2016 (0) Comments (0) Like
Sharon Bhagwan Rolls, executive director of FemLINKPACIFIC in Fiji and a WACC partner, on March 11 accepted the 2014 Women of Distinction Award from the NGO-Committee on the Status of Women (CSW)/New York. The award was presented at a reception as the NGO-CSW/NY held several events during the 58th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, which is taking place at the U.N. in New York, March 10-21.By: Solange De SantisPosted: March 12, 2014 (0) Comments (0) Like
The Toronto-based IFEX network notes in a website story that “there are far too many countries where news and content providers constantly face a very special and formidable form of censorship, one exercised in the name of religion or even God.”
The Rev. Romi Márcia Bencke, general secretary of the National Council of Christian Churches of Brazil (CONIC), was honoured on Dec. 12 with a Human Rights Award presented to her by the Brazilian federal government, reports the World Council of Churches.
The IFEX network notes that the reality of the modern world is that governments have greater capabilities to carry out invasive surveillance of citizens, no matter where they reside.