Gender, Elections and the Media 2004/2005

Gender, Elections and the Media 2004/2005

Date: August 16, 2011
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Six elections took place in Southern Africa in 2004 (in South Africa, Malawi, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique and Angola). Gender Links in partnership with SAMSO ran a series of training workshops with the media, media training institutions and women politicians in all six countries. This drew on our recent ground breaking study “Ringing up the Changes”

Case Studies

Selected case studies from “Ringing the Changes”

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The stories behind the faces.

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March by The Namibian Girl Child Organisation.
Photo: Liz Frank


Fact Sheets

In a nutshell …

View Fact Sheets for Gender & Elections Activities


Southern African Gender Elections and Media Training Report February 2005: This report is an account of workshops conducted by GL and the Southern African Media Services Organisation (SAMSO) in seven Southern African countries that held or are expected to hold elections in 2004 and 2005. Read more…

Fact sheets, profiles and case studies are taken from the GL study: “Ringing up the Changes, Gender in Southern African Politics.” Users of the website are free to reproduce any material as long as the study and Gender Links are acknowledged.

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