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Legally yours: Handbook on Mainstreaming Gender into Communication Policies, Laws, Codes

This handbook looks at the following:
– Media regulation in SA
– The Constitution and the Bill of Rights
– ICT policies
– ICT Laws
-Regulatory policies
-Codes of conduct
-developing institutional gender policies

Gender, Migration and Development Programme of UN-INSTRAW 2005-2010

This DVD is a compilation of work and activities undertaken by UN-INSTRAW’s “gender, migration and Development” research and capacity building programme from 2005 to 2010. The DVD contains a description of the programme’s history before it integrated into UN women on January 1st 2011, and all the materials that have been produced during the last five years, such as publications, awareness raising materials, audiovisual materials, research methodologies, etc

Inspiring action: Digital stories of HIV, gender and hope from rural South Africa

In rural areas of Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, and Limpopo provinces, grassroots groups, clinics and civic organisations are working tirelessly to reduce the spread of HIV, to promote timely testing and treatment, and to minimise the impact of AIDS. Crucial to the success of these efforts is ensuring a meaningful role for those who are most directly affected. With this in mind, Sonke Gender Justice Network is pleased to present this DVD and study guide. The guide offers a starting point for sharing digital stories created in 2008 by rural South Africans in order to explore the links between gender, poverty, violence and HIV. Our hope is that those who view the stories will indeed be inspired to take individual and collective action towards building safe and healthy
communities.

Nordic Woman

The inspiration and purpose behind Fuuse Mousique is to explore the intersections of self À“expression and activism, realising that every act of self-expression has a political and universal dimension; that whether raised in speech or song, our voices are the source of our power.

WHO makes the news? Global Media Monitoring Project 2005

The Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) is the most extensive global research of gender in news media ever undertaken. When the first GMMP was conducted in 1995, few of those involved could have imagined that it would develop in the way that it went on to do. Ten years later, with the third such project […]

April 13, 2012 Themes: Media | Xenophobia Programs: Book/CD

We are the drums for an AIDS free generation

This is more than just a music album. Through it, African artists from all over the continent invite everyone to join in the beat and become a driver for change in order to overcome AIDS, Poverty, and promote gender equality and promote peace on the African continent. this album expresses the commitment of artists to reach in Africa by 2015, a set of objectives adopted by governments at the UN in 2000.

At the coalface: gender and governance in Southern Africa

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South Africa, July 2009

WHO makes the news? Global Media Monitoring Project 2005

The Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) is the most extensive global research of gender in news media ever undertaken. When the first GMMP was conducted in 1995, few of those involved could have imagined that it would develop in the way that it went on to do. Ten years later, with the third such project […]

January 1, 1970 Themes: Gender equality | Media | Xenophobia Programs: Book/CD

Zanfan Lalimier (children of light) – Riviere du Rempart

Empowerment of vulnerable children through a series of workshop on art therapy

January 1, 1970 Themes: Xenophobia Programs: Book/CD