Gender in media education

Teacher’s bad attitude towards sexual education

Teacher’s bad attitude towards sexual education

By: Kelello Rakolobe 08 April 2019 Lesotho: According to Ministry of Health 2014 study Lesotho has the second highest prevalence of HIV in the world at 25% by Ministry of Health, 2014. Prior to the 2014 Health survey, Lesotho had the third highest prevalence at 23 percent. This means instead of decreasing, the Lesotho HIV/AIDS […]

April 8, 2019 Themes: Education | HIV/AIDS | Young Women Programs: Gender in media education | HIV and AIDS

Media laws: South Africa

To provide for the classification of certain films and publications; to that end to provide for the establishment of a film and publication board and a film and publication review board; to repeal certain law; and to provide for matters connected therewith.

Jaco du Toit, Kenya

Jaco du Toit, Kenya

Jaco du Toit is an UNESCO information and communication advisor who has since moved to UNESCO Kenya from UNESCO Namibia.

July 1, 2015 Themes: Education | Media Programs: Gender & Media | Gender in media education

NY VEHIVAVY SY NY FAMPANDROSOANA DU _Midi Madagasikara_4 Avril 2015

NY VEHIVAVY SY NY FAMPANDROSOANA DU 04 AVRIL 2015 Résumé : Madame Denise Jobin Welch, assistante en attaché culturelle à l’Ambassade des Etats-Unis a tenu une séance de partage d’expérience avec les femmes journalistes de la capitale. Son intervention s’est porté la place de la femme dans le développement du pays. Traitement de l’information : […]

Gender in Media Education: An audit of Gender in Journalism & Media Education and Training

Gender in Media Education: An audit of Gender in Journalism & Media Education and Training

The Gender in Media Education in Southern Africa (GIME) is the most comprehensive audit yet undertaken of the gender dimensions of journalism and media education and training in tertiary institutions in Southern Africa.

Moçambique: Mulher ganha espaço na comunicação social

Moçambique: Mulher ganha espaço na comunicação social

Maputo, 30 de Outubro: Mulheres profissionais da comunicação social afirmam haver avanços no reconhecimento das capacidades femininas nesta Á¡rea em Moçambique, passo significativo para o equilÁ­brio do género.

Mozambique Gender in Media Education audit

Mozambique Gender in Media Education audit

Este relatório fornece uma anÁ¡lise dos documentos, entrevistas, observação das aulas e discussÁµes 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 de 2009.

April 20, 2011 Themes: Education | Media Programs: Gender & Media | Gender in media education | Research

Tanzania Gender in Media Education audit

Tanzania Gender in Media Education audit

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 undertaken of the gender dimensions of journalism and media education and training in tertiary institutions in Southern Africa.

March 11, 2011 Themes: Education | Media Programs: Gender & Media | Gender in media education | Research

South Africa Gender in Media Education audit

South Africa Gender in Media Education audit

This report provides an analysis of documents, interviews, lecture observations and student focus
groups at six universities in South Africa. These universities which offer journalism and/or media
training are the University of Fort Hare, University of Johannesburg, University of Limpopo, Stellenbosch University, University of Venda and University of Witwatersrand.

March 11, 2011 Themes: Education | Media Programs: Gender & Media | Gender in media education | Research

Mauritius GIME audit

Mauritius GIME audit

This report provides an analysis of documents, interviews, lecture observation and student focus
groups conducted at the University of Mauritius Communications Unit in October 2009. It forms
part of the Gender In Media Education in Southern Africa (GIME): the most comprehensive study yet undertaken of the gender dimensions of journalism and media education and training in tertiary institutions in Southern Africa.

March 11, 2011 Themes: Education | Media Programs: Gender & Media | Gender in media education | Research