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Press release: SADC #Voice&Choice Barometer

Press release: SADC #Voice&Choice Barometer

For Immediate Release: Virtual launch: Monday 17 August @14.00-16.00 SA Time Johannesburg: The twelfth edition of the SADC Gender Protocol Barometer will be launched virtually on Monday 17 August 2020 during the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Civil Society Forum, which is also SADC day. The SADC Council of Non-Governmental Organisations (SADC-CNGO) coordinates the Civil Society […]

Media Work in Mauritius

Under the Gender and the Media ax, Gender Links Mauritius did several training sessions with media houses and journalists across Mauritius. A strategic and sustainable plan has been by GL through the setting up of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the various media houses to ensure follow-up after the training. GL has equally run […]

That is the life I am leaving.

My name is Cecilia, I am the fourth child in a family of five. I had my child when I was 17 years. I started dating at a very young age because of the poverty at home. My mother could not afford to buy me clothes.  Teachers at my school used to give me clothes […]

SALA DA PAZ PREOCUPADA COM ALGUMAS IRREGULARIDADES DURANTE A VOTAÇÃO

Maputo: 15 de Outubro 2019: A Plataforma de Observação Eleitoral Conjunta, Sala da Paz, manifestou a sua preocupação com existência de casos de algumas irregularidades no processo de votação das quais a propaganda eleitoral, o impedimento ao voto de alguns eleitores, bem como a interrupção de algumas mesas de voto, em algumas assembleias de voto. […]

October 15, 2019 Themes: Elections Programs: Gender & Governance | Gender, Media and Elections

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 […]

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

Marcha pelo fim da violência- 16 dias de activismo

Marcha pelo fim da violência- 16 dias de activismo

By Graça Maria- 11 December 2018- A Gender Links em parceria com Município da vila de Mandlakazi promoveram um debate debate em volta do papel dos partidos políticos na promoção da equidade e igualdade vs análise da participação feminina nas últimas eleições autárquicas, decorridas no passado mês de Outubro. O evento aconteceu no ambito do […]

Formações sobre a integração do género nos pleitos eleitorais

Formações sobre a integração do género nos pleitos eleitorais

Formações sobre a integração do género nos pleitos eleitorais A Gender Links Moçambique realizou nos dias 11-16 do mês de Setembro, uma formação que reuniu jornalistas e membros de partidos políticos sobre a integração do género no âmbito da campanha 50/50, rumo aos pleitos eleitorais nas zonas centro e norte do país, que conscide com […]

November 13, 2018 Themes: Elections Programs: Gender & Media | Gender, Media and Elections | Women in Politics

Glass Ceiling launch

SA: GL and SANEF launch Glass Ceilings report

SA: GL and SANEF launch Glass Ceilings report

Read the Executive Summary |  Read the press release |  Fact Sheet  |  Read the Mail and Guardian article |  Read article in the Daily Maverick |  Buy the book | Watch the launch video The third Glass Ceilings survey of South African media launched on 19 October – national press freedom day – 2018 shows that […]

October 19, 2018 Themes: Media Programs: Gender & Media | Research