Küresel Toplumsal Cinsiyet ve Medya Araştırması Önraporu

UNESCO, GAMAG 2016 İngilizce
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In December 2013, UNESCO and partners gathered media organizations, media professionals, academics, policy-makers, civil society groups, and development agencies in Bangkok for a Global Forum on Media and Gender. The Forum took the 1995 Beijing Declaration as its reference point and resulted in the setting-up of a pioneering Global Alliance on Media and Gender (GAMAG). The aim of GAMAG has two main dimensions: Firstly, it will ensure constructive dialogue between media partners and civil society; secondly, it will enable all stakeholders to collectively give momentum to women’s access to expression and decision-making by promoting a gender-inclusive media and communication environment.