Upcoming Events

Date: May 6, 2011
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Media Centres of Excellence, 18-20 May 2011, Johannesburg, South Africa
Gender Links will be conducting a planning workshop for gender policy facilitators from the 18-20th of May 2011. The purpose of this workshop is to re-conceptualise the media policy work as part of a long term vision to establish Media Centres of Excellence (COEs) in gender mainstreaming. The COE process will ensure that GL makes meaningful interventions in the media in the next three years. Among other things, the workshop will identify newsrooms; agree on the different interventions and the monitoring and evaluation tools to assess the impact of the different initiatives. GL will work with 100 newsrooms in the SADC region with the aim of ensuring that they have at least 30% women sources in news content by 2014.

GMDC Advisory Group Meeting and GIME Centres of Excellence, 19-20 May 2011, Johannesburg, South Africa
It is time for the 8th GMDC Advisory Group meeting! This meeting discusses the work of the GMDC, how to strengthen partnerships, how to increase the GMDC’s visibility and recommends some tasks to be considered in the annual work plan of the centre. We continue to take the findings of the Gender in Media Education (GIME) audit forward. This meeting will discuss and agree on a strategy of how to establish GIME Centres of Excellence which are basically gender in media education champions. Champions will be awarded at the Gender and Media Summits. A full report on this meeting will be in our next edition.

Putting gender on the Windhoek Declaration agenda seminar, 19 May 2011, Gender Links Offices, Johannesburg, South Africa

Gender Links and National University of Lesotho, 29 May 2011, Media Literacy Graduation and Seminar, Maseru, Lesotho

Gender Links and Malawi Institute for Journalism, 3 June 2011, Media Literacy Graduation, Signing of MOU and Seminar, Blantyre, Malawi

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