Tools/ MIRH /21 OCT 2021
By David Brewer, mediahelpingmedia
In the age of digital, democratic, societal, and political change, communication has become a crucial means of conveying revolutionary ideas and initiatives, capable of creating communities that are stronger, better informed, and more engaged than ever before. The emergence of ethical journalism has become central to all newsrooms and is the cornerstone of news journalism that supports society’s development.
In the wake of these changes, the issue of gender is inseparable from progress and ethical journalism.
Addressing gender-based violence means addressing a subject that concerns humanity in its entirety. Reflecting on biased representations, stereotypes, prejudices and violence against women and girls means taking part in change so that, finally, this violence is covered in the media in a way that fully reflects the concerns of our societies.
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