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
Participants at the 4th World Forum on Free Media, meeting in Tunis 22-28 March, adopted a World Charter of Free Media in support of “communication that is both pluralistic and engaged.”By: StaffPosted: April 22, 2015(0) Comments(0) Like
The theme of the Deutsche Well Global Media Forum 2015 is "Media and foreign policy in the digital age". It will explore how the culture of politics is changing, and the opportunities and risks facing foreign policy. By: StaffPosted: October 01, 2014(0) Comments(0) Like
A public presentation of the achievements of a WACC project on "Communication Rights and Marginalized People in Bolivia" will take place in Toronto on Monday 23 June 2014.By: StaffPosted: June 06, 2014(0) Comments(0) Like
As the recent IPCC report confirms, how the science of climate change is communicated is a significant factor in public understanding of the issues involved and may well contribute to inertia around policies to tackle it. Those responsible for content in mass media, community media, and social media can help redress any failings.By: Philip LeePosted: April 16, 2014(0) Comments(0) Like
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