General Media Monitoring

Mauritius: The flu of misogyny

Mauritius: The flu of misogyny

Mauritius; 3 July: This winter we have yet again been hit by a disease, an illness from which many of us suffer. Symptoms are mostly manifested on social media in the form of comments under news articles or in the form of edited videos. It is an illness which crawls under our skin, affecting our […]

Un nombre inquiétant de jeunes commencent Á  boire Á  14 ans.

Un article du journal Le Mauricien datée du 5 mai 2012 fait mention d’une étude sur l’alcool et les jeunes Á  Maurice qui donne des détails sur le nombre inquiétant de jeunes qui commencent Á  boire Á  l’âge de 14 ans et 25.2% des jeunes interrogés admettent avoir consommé de l’alcool durant les 30 jours précédant l’enquête. L’introduction de l’article «Le ministère de la Santé, avec le soutien de l’OMS, l’UNICEF et l’UNESCO, a réalisé en 2007 et en 2011 deux études comparatives, le Global-based Student Health Survey, auprès de la population estudiantine mauricienne” donne le ton sur l’ampleur du problème. L’échantillonnage concerne des jeunes âgés entre 14 et 18 ans. Parmi ceux interrogés, 72.5% disent avoir commencé Á  boire Á  partir de 14 ans, ce qui signifie une hausse de 9.5% en cinq ans.

Mirror on the Media – South Africa

This report is the first in a series of quarterly “Mirror on the Media” surveys being carried out by the South African Gender and Media (SAGEM) Network. It covers monitoring conducted in July 2004 as well as “snapshot” monitoring of Women’s Day on 9 August.

Mirror on the Media – Mauritius

Mirror on the Media – Mauritius

The Mauritius report of the Southern African Gender and Media Network is the first in a series of quarterly “Mirror on the Media” surveys being carried out on a pilot basis in three Southern African countries (South Africa, Mauritius and Swaziland). It covers monitoring conducted in Mauritius in August 2004.

Mirror on the Media – Swaziland

Mirror on the Media – Swaziland

“Mirror on the Media” is a follow up monitoring project to the Gender and Media Baseline Study (GMBS), led by Gender Links and MISA.The Swaziland report’s findings fall into three categories: representation, portrayal and examples of gender awareness:

“Promoting Gender Equality in and through the Media: A Southern African Case Study”

A paper prepared for the Expert Group Meeting on “Participation and access of women to the media, and its impact on and use as an instrument for the advancement and empowerment of womenÀ

December 13, 2009 Programs: Gender & Media | General Media Monitoring | Research