- Broadcasting legislation
- Gender and media audience study (GMAS)
- Gender and media baseline study
- Gender audit of media NGOs
- Gender in media education audit
- Glass ceiling research
- Global media monitoring project
- HIV and gender baseline study
- In house audience research
- Mirror on the media
- Gender and Media Progress Study (GMPS)
The Gender and Media Diversity Centre (GMDC) Advisory Group meeting held in February 2009 motivated for research to determine if and how gender is mainstreamed in journalism and media eduaction and training. The Gender in Media Education Audit (GIME) research is guiding strategic interventions for gender mainstreaming in institutions of higher learning offering journalism and media training.
The objectives of the GIME audit are to:
- Establish whether or not gender is integrated in media education and training.
- Identify gaps in current media/journalism education and training in Southern Africa with regard to mainstreaming gender in the curriculum.
- Determine whether or not Gender Links materials and electronic resources are being used in media education and training in the Southern Africa.
- Utilise the findings to develop strategic interventions to ensure sustained gender mainstreaming in media education and training.
Click here to view the Gender in Media Education regional report. Click on the links below for the country reports.
30 October 12
Regional relevance: East Africa, Namibia
Jaco du Toit is an UNESCO information and communication advisor who has since moved to UNESCO Kenya from UNESCO Namibia. [read more]
11 March 11
Regional relevance: Mozambique
Este relatório fornece uma análise dos documentos, entrevistas, observação das aulas e discussões dos grupos focais com estudantes realizados no Departamento de Jornalismo da Escola de Comunicação e Artes da Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, na Escola Superior de Jornalismo, e na Escola de Jornalismo, em Outubro... [read more]
08 March 11
Regional relevance: Zimbabwe
This report provides an analysis of documents, interviews, lecture observations and student focus groups conducted in October 2009 at three institutions in Zimbabwe: Harare Polytechnic, Midlands State University (MSU) and the National University of Science and Technology (NUST). It forms part of the Gender In Media... [read more]
08 March 11
Regional relevance: Zambia
This report provides an analysis of documents, interviews, lecture observations and student focus groups conducted at Evelyn Hone College (EHC), University of Zambia (UNZA) and Zambia Institute of Mass Communication Educational Trust (ZAMCOM) in September 2009. It forms part of the Gender In Media Education in... [read more]
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Regional relevance: Tanzania
This report provides an analysis of documents, interviews, lecture observation and student focus groups conducted at the University of Dar es Salaam, School of Journalism and Mass Communication. It forms part of the Gender In Media Education in Southern Africa (GIME) research: the most comprehensive study yet... [read more]
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