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  • Title: La FIP y la WACC desarrollan un juego de herramientas para un periodismo con perspectiva ética de género
    Descriptive info: Sobre la WACC.. Visión y Misión.. Principios.. Plan Estratégico.. Contrapartes.. Junta Directiva.. Lista del personal.. Informe Anual.. Mapa del sitio.. Momentos destacados.. Programas.. Lista de Proyectos.. Apoyo de la WACC a proyectos: ¿Cómo funciona?.. Fortaleciendo la Radio Comunitaria.. Monitoreando la pobreza rural.. Género y Comunicación.. Rutas hacia las fronteras digitales.. Reconociendo los Derechos a la Comunicación.. Justicia de Género y los Medios de la Comunicación.. Comunicación para la Paz.. La Comunicación, Estigma y VIH/SIDA.. Comunicación y Pobreza.. Comunicación para el Ecumenismo.. Temas.. Congreso.. Publicaciones.. Librería.. Red Global.. Sala de prensa.. Únase.. Contáctenos.. [Iniciar sesión].. La FIP y la WACC desarrollan un juego de herramientas para un periodismo con perspectiva ética de género.. comunicado de prensa:.. FIP.. -.. WACC.. La Federación Internacional de Periodistas (FIP) y la Asociación Mundial para la Comunicación Cristiana (WACC, por sus siglas en inglés) impulsan un proyecto para promover una representación equitativa de género en las empresas editoriales y en los medios, así como en el quehacer periodístico.. El Juego de Herramientas de Aprendizaje para un Periodismo con Perspectiva Ética de Género (Políticas en las Empresas Editoriales y de Medio) surge de las conclusiones del Proyecto de Monitoreo Global de Medios (GMMP, por sus siglas en inglés), que muestra la persistencia de la desigualdad de género en la cobertura informativa, la permanencia de los estereotipos de género y la falta significativa de representación de las mujeres en el mundo informativo.. El GMMP 2010, realizado en 180 países, encontró que las mujeres sólo son el 24% de las personas que aparecen en los medios impresos, en la televisión y en la radio, a pesar de que las mujeres son más de la mitad de la población mundial.. Beth Costa, secretaria general de la FIP, ha señalado: “Las y los afiliados de la FIP participaron activamente en la investigación del GMMP 2010 porque en los sindicatos de periodistas hay creciente preocupación sobre el quehacer periodístico y la necesaria sensibilidad hacia las cuestiones de género.. Damos la bienvenida a esa preocupación creciente.. Es tiempo de desarrollar recursos consistentes para respaldar los esfuerzos de los sindicatos y de las/los profesionales en los medios para  ...   aprendizaje.. El objetivo es compilar los recursos que ya existen en el periodismo con una perspectiva ética de género para que los profesionales de los medios puedan identificar directrices y reunir otros materiales en áreas relacionadas con este tema.. Invitamos a profesionales en los medios, sindicatos y asociaciones de periodistas, grupos de la sociedad civil que se desempeñen en los ámbitos de las cuestiones de género y comunicación, e investigadoras/investigadores para que respondan.. la encuesta.. y la envíen a Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots.. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla a más tardar el 15 de agosto de 2011.. Más información sobre las organizaciones:.. Activa en el desarrollo de los medios durante más de 25 años, la WACCC es una organización ecuménica internacional con miembros en más de 120 países.. Coordina el Proyecto de Monitoreo Global de Medios que cada cinco años, desde 1995, monitorea desde una perspectiva de equidad género la producción de periodistas, reporteras/os, presentadores y locutores en la radio, la televisión y los medios impresos.. Contacto: Terry Mutuku en Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots.. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla.. Tel: 416-691-1999 ext 232.. La FIP es la organización de periodistas más grande del mundo y se afana en promover el periodismo ético.. En 2008 lanzó la Iniciativa Periodismo Ético (IPE), exhortando a los profesionales de los medios para que recuperen su misión de entregar al público información equilibrada, no sesgada y bien documentada, poniendo especial atención en combatir estereotipos y para que en el contenido de las noticias haya una representación equitativa de género.. Contacto: Pamela Morinière Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots.. Es necesario activar Javascript para visualizarla o Federica Caso en Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots.. Tel.. 0022352216.. Add this page to your favorite Social Networking websites.. La WACC promueve la comunicación como un derecho humano básico, esencial para la dignidad de las personas y para las comunidades.. The World Association for Christian Communication is a UK Registered Charity (number 296073) and a Company registered in England and Wales (number 2082273) with its Registered Office at 71 Lambeth Walk, London SE11 6DX..

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  • Title: Media representation of women is an issue for the churches
    Descriptive info: Media representation of women is an issue for the churches.. Escrito por Philip Lee, WACC Deputy Director of Programs.. Miércoles 25 de Mayo de 2011 12:22.. “In Haiti there is an urgent need to increase awareness about how media representations of women impact questions of peace and security”, said Jéruscha Vasti Michel at a WACC-sponsored workshop on “Haiti, Gender, Peace and Communication”.. Ms Michel offered the practical example of lobbying for more places for women experts on Haiti’s Commission on Disarmament so that it hears at first hand about the difficulties facing women in conflict situations.. WACC organized the workshop in solidarity with the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation (IEPC) of the World Council of Churches (WCC), held in Kingston, Jamaica, 17-25 May 2011.. The one-and-a-half-hour session was led by Jéruscha Vasti Michel, a young Haitian woman communicator who studied social communication at the University of Haiti.. She is currently chairperson of the administrative council of Sosyete Animasyon Kominikasyon Sosyal (SAKS) and works for the Jesuit Refugee Service on questions affecting migrants between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.. SAKS is a WACC project partner that uses popular communication to assist the Haitian people – both rural and urban – to participate as actors in their  ...   ways to resolve conflict and strengthen peace.. Participants discussed the findings of WACC’s Global Media Monitoring Project 2010 (GMMP) in the context of applying United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325.. UNSCR 1325 is a landmark resolution on women and peace and security.. It reaffirms the important role of women in the prevention and resolution of conflicts, peace negotiations, peace-building, peace-keeping, humanitarian response and in post-conflict reconstruction.. In particular, the resolution stresses the need for women’s equal participation and full involvement in all efforts to maintain and promote peace and security.. The International Ecumenical Peace Convocation (IEPC) explored the concept of “just peace” from the perspective of four themes: Peace in the Community – so that all may live free from fear; Peace with the Earth – so that life is sustained; Peace in the Marketplace – so that all may live with dignity; and Peace among the Peoples – so that human lives are protected.. The IEPC will influence the agenda of the next WCC Assembly, which will take place in Busan, South Korea, 2013, with the theme "God of life, lead us to justice and peace".. For further information about the IEPC,.. visit here.. For further information about the Global Media Monitoring Project,..

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  • Title: International women’s day: Sharing experiences on Media Literacy and Gender
    Descriptive info: International women’s day: Sharing experiences on Media Literacy and Gender.. WACC calls its networks, members and partners to participate in UNESCO’s "Women Make the News" campaign during International Women’s Day, 8 March 2011.. In commemoration of the International Women’s Day, March 8, the World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) is calling on its networks, members and partners from civil society groups, associations of media practitioners and media organisations to participate in UNESCO’s.. Women make the news.. campaign.. The theme of the campaign, “.. Media and Information Literacy and Gender.. ”, calls attention to the ‘importance of fostering media and information literate societies as a way to improve the understanding of  ...   and Resource Organisation in Nepal.. “The concept of women’s communication rights includes the right to fair and balanced representation in and through the media, says WACC in an appeal issued from its Toronto office, March 4.. “Critical media literacy from a gender perspective, the ability to analyze media content with a gender lens, is a tool through which audiences can contribute towards this end”.. WACC is therefore urging the networks to help inform UNESCO’s decision to support media and information literacy initiatives by sharing experiences, good practices and recommendations on the campaign website:.. www.. unesco.. org/webworld/en/wmn2011.. and a copy to: Esta dirección electrónica esta protegida contra spambots.. See full appeal.. here:..

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  • Title: WACC conveys support to UN Women
    Descriptive info: WACC conveys support to UN Women.. By Teresia Mutuku, Communications Officer and Web Manager, WACC.. The World Association for Christian Communication (WACC) has conveyed its support to.. UN Women.. as it commences its first year of operation.. In a letter addressed to the.. Executive Director, Ms.. Michelle Bachelet, WACC supports the agency’s vision to work for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls and argues that integrating efforts to foster women’s communication rights into the agency’s goals “increases the possibility of achieving deeper, structural and long-term change.. “We urge.. to intentionally advance efforts to secure women’s communication rights that empower women to express their needs, make themselves heard, and take charge of their own progress”, says the letter addressed to the Executive Director, Ms.. Michelle Bachelet.. The letter, signed by the WACC General Secretary, The Rev.. Karin Achtelstetter, further states that.. UN Women’s.. vision of providing women and girls with “a powerful voice” resonates with WACC’s pursuit of the right to communicate, particularly for the historically marginalised, the majority of whom are  ...   report launched September 29 states that 76% of the people heard or read about in the world’s news are male.. (See full report.. here.. ).. The report was financially supported by UNIFEM (United Nations Development Fund for Women).. Through GMMP, WACC has collaborated with UNIFEM's country offices to draw up an agenda for women’s communication rights in practice.. was created in July 2010 by the United Nations General Assembly as the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.. Its main roles are:.. To support inter-governmental bodies, such as the Commission on the Status of Women, in their formulation of policies, global standards and norms.. To help Member States to implement these standards, standing ready to provide suitable technical and financial support to those countries that request it and to forge effective partnerships with civil society.. To hold the UN system accountable for its own commitments on gender equality, including regular monitoring of system-wide progress.. Read full letter.. here….. To learn more about.. UN women.. go to:.. http://www.. unwomen.. org/about-un-women/..

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  • Title: WACC Deputy General Secretary addresses Gender and Media Summit
    Descriptive info: WACC Deputy General Secretary addresses Gender and Media Summit.. The Deputy General Secretary of WACC, Lavinia Mohr, has reiterated that women are still significantly underrepresented and misrepresented in news media coverage despite significant change since the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) - coordinated by WACC- began 15 years ago.. Mohr was addressing the fourth Southern African Gender and Media Summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, October 13.. The theme of the Summit is.. Gender and Media, Diversity and Change: Taking Stock.. Her keynote speech was based on the 2010 Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) report:.. Who Makes the News?.. released by WACC, 29 September 2010 (see details.. ) According to the GMMP report, 76% of the people heard or read about in the world's news are male.. The world seen in news media remains largely a male one.. Deputy General Secretary of WACC, Lavinia Mohr (.. Photo by Richard Choe, for WACC).. Mohr reported that 24% of people in the news are female, compared to 17% in 1995, while 44% of persons providing popular opinion in news stories are female compared to 34% in 2005.. The GMMP monitored 1,365 newspapers, television and radio stations and Internet news sites, 17,795 news stories and 38,253 persons in  ...   social change.. Mohr said she was encouraged that today female reporters are responsible for 37% of stories compared to 28% fifteen years ago, and their stories challenge gender stereotypes twice as often as stories by male reporters.. She advised media institutions to develop and adopt gender sensitive policies and guidelines which will encourage full participation of women at both editorial and management levels.. The GMMP 2010 report in English, French and Spanish is available.. The Summit is hosted by Gender Links (GL), the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) and the Gender and Media Southern Africa (GEMSA) Network.. The Summit, held October 13-15, has brought together media practitioners, trainers, gender activists, media regulators and all those who subscribe to the GEMSA slogan “making every voice count, and counting that it does” to share best practices in creating a media that is more responsive to gender and diversity concerns.. With its overarching theme, Gender, Media, Diversity and Change: Taking Stock, the summit takes place against the backdrop of the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development that calls for gender parity within the media, as well as equal voice and fair treatment of women and men in editorial content by 2015.. Source:.. GenderLinks (.. genderlinks.. org.. za/article/profile-of-a-communication-rights-activist-2010-10-13)..

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  • Title: Comunicación Para La Paz
    Descriptive info: Comunicación Para La Paz.. La comunicación para la coexistencia pacífica apoya el surgimiento de sociedades tolerantes y bien integradas a nivel local, nacional y global.. Las sociedades donde impera la paz están basadas en justica política, económica, social y de género.. Las iglesias y otras organizaciones de la sociedad civil tienen una posición privilegiada para fomentar el entendimiento mutuo, la paz y la justicia y la integridad  ...   y otras estrategias de comunicación que contribuyan a la solución y transformación de conflictos.. Objetivos.. Fortalezcan los medios y otras prácticas de comunicación que contribuyan a la transformación no-violenta de conflictos locales y nacionales.. Promuevan actividades en los medios que tengan como objetivo la construcción de una cultura de paz.. Amplifiquen las voces de mujeres y hombres que se esfuerzan en hacer de la paz una posibilidad concreta..

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  • Title: New web site for women working for peace
    Descriptive info: New web site for women working for peace.. Women's contributions to conflict prevention and peace-building and their role in trengthening international security are largely under-reported.. A web portal is now open aimed at information and knowledge sharing and providing a comprehensive online information source on women, peace and security.. The.. PeaceWomen Portal.. is a tool that can be sued to search.. PeaceWomen.. Many of its sub-sections covering Resources, Initiatives, Advocacy and Education Tools, and Useful Links have an otion to submit other organization’s project information, allowing users of the site to be full participants in its development.. The PeaceWomen Project promotes the role of women in preventing conflict, and the equal and full participation of women in all efforts to create and maintain international peace and security.. PeaceWomen facilitates monitoring of the UN system, information sharing and the enabling of meaningful dialogue for positive impact on women’s lives in conflict and post-conflict environments.. PeaceWomen monitors and advocates the rapid and full implementation of the United Nations Security Council Resolutions on women, peace and security, Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) and the subsequent Security Council resolutions 1820 (2008); 1888 (2009); and 1889 (2009).. In particular, PeaceWomen focues on six core areas of action: monitoring the UN Security Council’s implementation of SCR1325; providing a comprehensive online information source on women, peace and security at www.. peacewomen.. org; monitoring the UN system’s implementation of SCR1325; advocating for the rapid and full implementation of SCR 1325 and related resolutions; managing the translation initiative and general outreach related to women, peace and security.. PeaceWomen is a project of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and is located in WILPF's United Nations Office in New York City.. The Women's International League for  ...   Building Peace (2005).. Civil Society and Peace (2005).. Women, faith and reconciliation (2005).. Role of Media in Conflict Prevention and Peace Building (2005).. The Hague Declaration on Women and Peace-building (2003).. Peace Journalism: What is it? How to do it? (2000).. Declaration of Principles on Tolerance (1995).. Handbook, Resource and Teaching Material in Conflict Resolution, Education for Human Rights, Peace and Democracy (1994).. Democratic Republic of Congo: Involving Community Media in the Struggle Against Separatism.. Ghana: Increasing Media Responsibility in Northern Ghana.. Democratic Republic of Congo: Consolidating and Promoting a Culture of Peace.. Jamaica: No Truth, No Trust: Promoting Truth-Telling Mechanisms for Good Governance.. Past Projects.. Philippines: Building Capacities of Civil Society Organisations to Engage Development Issues through Communication Materials on the G20.. Cameroon: Equipping People to Face the Challenge of Peace Communication.. Democratic Republic of the Congo: Strengthening Peace and Reconciliation between Communities.. Sierra Leone: Equipping Radio Shalom for Peace Communication.. Uganda: Bringing People Together for Community Peace-Building.. India: Media Training for Women in North East India.. Iceland: Expecting Hope.. Staff Contact.. Philip Lee.. Sierra Leone's Radio Shalom prepares peace message.. Lunes, 16 Julio 2012.. + Full Story.. El Día de la bonificación, Global Giving.. Martes, 12 Junio 2012.. WACC launches campaign to empower villagers affected by mine in Papua New Guinea.. Lunes, 4 Junio 2012.. A brief history of Radio Shalom in Sierra Leone.. Miércoles, 16 Mayo 2012.. Global giving challenge, how they did it in Tahiti.. Viernes, 11 Mayo 2012.. Solidaridad y generosidad para Radio Shalom.. Lunes, 30 Abril 2012.. WACC-Caribbean appeal for Radio Shalom fundraising challenge.. Jueves, 26 Abril 2012.. WACC-North America appeal for Radio Shalom fundraising challenge.. Jueves, 19 Abril 2012.. WACC-Pacific appeal for Radio Shalom project.. WACC-Europe calls for Support for Radio Shalom project..

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  • Title: Global Monitoring Checklist on Women, Peace and Security (2009)
    Descriptive info: Global Monitoring Checklist on Women, Peace and Security.. published by Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS) aims to contribute in a small way towards the international understanding on women, peace and security efforts.. It does so by highlighting examples of activities to support UNSCR 1325 at the local and national level by women, civil society, national governments and the international community.. The checklist provides country-specific information that identifies achievements, good practice and obstacles to the implementation of UNSCR  ...   security agenda in five conflict-affected regions, namely Afghanistan, the DRC, Nepal, Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka.. The overall aims of the project are to: contribute towards a deeper understanding of the substantive issues covered in the resolution; to provide practical information to assist a variety of stakeholders in their fulfilment of their commitments on UNSCR 1325; and to present this information in a clear, usable format that will be accessible to policymakers, civil society activists and other stakeholders.. Document.. PDF..

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  • Title: People's Charter on Peace for Life (2008)
    Descriptive info: Peace for Life.. is a global faith-based movement resisting militarised globalisation and creating life-enhancing alternatives.. A People’s Charter on Peace has been a felt need among peace movements and peace workers for a long time.. This is in recognition of two factors: one, there is a new geopolitical context at the beginning of the twenty-first century; two, most declarations on peace are from inter-state or state related institutions.. The need was for a peace charter from a people’s perspective.. People's Charter..

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  • Title: No-Nonsense guide to Peace Journalism (2008)
    Descriptive info: This guide summarises the relatively short history of peace journalism, the concept, its gender dimension, the controversy it has provoked among journalists, and notes the research agenda that has sprung up as a result.. It includes 'Ten Commandments' for peace journalism that could inform both theory and practice.. No-Nonsense.. guide to.. Peace Journalism..

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  • Title: People Building Peace (2005)
    Descriptive info: This action agenda published by Global Partnership for the Prevention of armed Conflict outlines key priorities for a shift to prevention based on promoting human security.. It addresses some of the main challenges for responding to conflict that is at risk of – or has already descended into – organized violence, as well as for addressing the consequences of war and building cultures of peace.. People Building Peace (2005).. 578.. 47 kB..

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