Studies/Reports/Publications
Developing Learning Resource Kit for Gender-Ethical Journalism PDF Print

ifj3dlogoPosted: 16 July 2011

Region: Worldwide

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) have launched a project to promote fair gender portrayal within media houses and the journalistic profession.

 
Media Matters - media as a central part of development policy PDF Print

Published: 30 November 2010mm1

Region: Worldwide

The Global Forum for Media Development launched a new publication “Media Matters – GFMD 2009-2011” setting out its arguments for making media a central part of development policy and highlighting how the GFMD has created real co-operation within the media development sector.

 
Report suggests Media present a 'Male view of the world' PDF Print

Posted: 4 October 2010soldiers

Location: Worldwide

The view of the world presented by the news media in 2010 is largely a male one according to an international research report.

The research conducted in 108 countries, shows that 76% of the voices heard or read are those of men, and women remain significantly under represented.

 
Euro-Mediterranean societies still facing a clash of ignorance in perceptions of each other PDF Print

Posted: 30 September 2010mediterran2

Region: Mediterranean

A new survey on intercultural trends published in the Anna Lindh Report 2010 indicates that despite increased interaction and identifiable shared values, Euro-Mediterranean societies are still facing a clash of ignorance when it comes to perceptions of each other.

The Report, based on the very first Gallup Opinion Poll on intercultural values and trends of 13.000 people between Europe and the southern and eastern Mediterranean countries, is the result of two years of work with the involvement of experts and networks from over 20 countries.  

 
Developing Dialogues: Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia PDF Print

Posted: June 22, 2010

Country: Australia

This book is written about the Australian community broadcasting sector and presents evidence of global trends in the media industry. It is a global study to chart the rise of the new relationship between the audience and the producer, whose boundary, according to the authors, has collapsed in indigenous and ethnic community broadcasting.

 
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