New resources for gender aware journalism
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New resources for gender aware journalism

Gender aware journalism: a more ethical perspective

By Maria Teresa Aveggio, Programme Manager

“The fact that students of Communication will have the possibility of discussing themes such as the importance of non-sexist language in the media is an important step since it opens new horizons and ways of understanding journalism”. With these words WACC’s general Secretary, Rev Dr Karin Achetelstetter expressed her reaction to the news that the School of Communication of the National University of Entre Ríos has invited Argentina’s Network of Journalists for a Non Sexist Communication (Red PAR) to organise a six-month seminar on Subjective Construction of Gender in the Media. Read more…
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