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Mete Belovacıklı, 59, is Editor in Chief of Turkey's one of the oldest and prominent newspapers Milliyet. As a strong defender of gender equality, he has led Milliyet in becoming a partner of UN Women’s Global Media Compact. Milliyet is the only media organisation that became a commitment maker at the Generation Equality Forum with five-year commitments on economic justice and rights.
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Swedish journalists share their experience in promoting gender equality in communications and journalism with local media, students and press officers in Moldova.
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Calling for more responsible reporting, UN Women-supported report urges media in Bosnia and Herzegovina to urgently change focus on sensational coverage of gender-based and domestic violence.
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Media representatives, civil society activists and gender equality advocates from conflict-affected communities in eastern Ukraine explored gender roles, behaviours and biases and acquired knowledge and tools for gender-sensitive media reporting. The learning through the inter-active Forum Theatre – an approach, also called “The Theatre of the Oppressed,” was organized by UN Women in partnership with the “Theatre for Dialogue”, a non-profit organization, and...
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After gender sensitivity training and follow-up self-assessment exercises run by UN Women, coverage of women has nearly doubled in 17 print and online Moldovan media outlets.
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The award ceremony of the fourth contest for the “Best mass media product on Domestic Violence” was held through joint cooperation of Project on Prevention of Domestic Violence (PDV), UN Women and OSCE Offices in Tajikistan. The overall objective of the contest was to improve the access to quality preventive communication, to produce maximum number of articles, radio and TV programmes on domestic violence issues and to raise public awareness through mass media in order to attract governmental agencies, civil societies, and population of Tajikistan towards this problem.