Studies/Reports/Publications
Women Still Underrepresented in U.S. Media, Annual Report Shows PDF Print

wmcPublished: 21 February 2012

Region: USA

By Summer Harlow

The U.S. media industry still is dominated by men, according to a new study released by the Women’s Media Center. While 73.5 percent of journalism and mass communications graduates in 2011 were women, the proportion of women working in media continues to decline, explained MediaBistro.

 
Positive Change in Perception on Muslim-West Ties: Survey PDF Print

doha2picPublished: 16 December

Region: Worldwide

A panel at the UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Forum in Doha tackled the subject of Muslim-Western relations in the context of the post-9/11 period. James Bell, director, International Survey Research at Pew Research Centre, shared key statistics from surveys focusing on America, Europe and Russia as representative of the West and Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Pakistan and Indonesia as representing Muslim perspectives.

 
Egypt: Rights Crisis in Wake of Broken promises PDF Print

 

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Published: 25 November 2011

Region: Egypt

A report published by Amnesty International reveals that Egypt's military rulers have completely failed to live up to their promises to improve human rights and have, instead, been cracking down on journalists, bloggers and demonstrators.

 
Romani eJournal: A Resource for Combating Romaphobia PDF Print

romaniflagPublished: 22 November

Region: Worldwide

Romani eJournal is aimed at making knowledge on Romani society available to everyone, and seeks to combat Romaphobia by publishing  articles that are carefully scrutinized by our review boards.

 
Demos: The New Face of Digital Populism PDF Print

demossmalllogoPublished: 8 November

Region: EU

The think-thank Demos has published a study on how populist parties and movements in Europe are using online and social media to involve young people. The study reveals how media-savvy political groups of the right can push an agenda of xenophobia and extremism. In current economic conditions this could be catastrophic for democracy and social cohesion across Europe.

 
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