bianet has founded “Gender Based Journalism Library”.
Founded as part of the project that has been run by bianet with the support of European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (DİHAA) Funding, opening of the library was made with a conference organized yesterday (May 14).
There are five main sections called "Guides", "Researches and analyzes", "News articles and interviews", "Glossary", "Bibliography" in the library which you can access via www.haberdetoplumsalcinsiyet.org.
What is there in the library?
In the Guides section, there are national and international sources that media workers can make use to ensure that women and LGBTIs be depicted and represented equally and fairly in the media, and to make gender equality mainstream. In the Guides section, there are sub-sections called “Women oriented rights based journalism”, “LGBTI oriented rights based journalism” and “Gender based peace journalism”.
The research and analysis section consists of reports about gender based journalism, studies, academic dissertation and articles.
In the “News Articles and interviews” category, there are news items published in national and international media.
In the “Glossary” section, you can access “Gender and Development Glossary” prepared by the Inter Press Service (IPS) to integrate gender equality into news making processes starting from inside the institution.
There is information about the institutions which take place in the library with their studies in the “Bibliography” section. (ÇT/TK)
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