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Booklets are informational and showcase human rights and media issues and/or the work of Media Monitoring Africa.

Category: Gender [REMOVE]

Editorial Guidelines and Principles on Reporting on Children in the Media

Media Monitoring Africa launched a new set of Editorial Guidelines and Principles on Reporting on Children in the Media on 19 October 2011 which also saw the commemoration of Black Wednesday and the 15th birthday celebrations for the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF).

Gender: An Election Issue? Election Accountability Pack

51% of the population is female
40-50% of women have experienced violence at the hands of a partner
None of the local election manifestos touch on gender-based violence specifically.

Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), GenderMattersZA, Open Society Foundation, The Daily Maverick and Frayintermedia have teamed up with the Commission on Gender Equality (CGE) and Tshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre to launch a “Piercing the Promises: Election Accountability Pack” on gender issues.

Monitoring Made Easy - Gender

The Monitoring Made Easy (MME) tool is an African first. It will enable any human rights organisation to monitor how gender is represented in print and broadcast media. By using the MME software, you will be able to produce almost instant results based on best-practice media monitoring methodologies developed by the Media Monitoring Project. You will be able to analyse and challenge media coverage of gender, as well as, evaluate the impact of your organisation’s media campaigns. Apply Media Monitoring Project’s world class methodologies in your organisation today!

Monitoring Made Easy Gender

The Monitoring Made Easy (MME) tool is an African first. It will enable any human rights organisation to monitor how gender is represented in print and broadcast media. By using the MME software, you will be able to produce almost instant results based on best-practice media monitoring methodologies developed by the Media Monitoring Project. You will be able to analyse and challenge media coverage of gender, as well as, evaluate the impact of your organisation’s media campaigns.

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