13.09.2013 - Communication & Information Sector

Online registration opens for the global forum on media and gender

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UNESCO and partners have opened registration for the Global Forum on Media and Gender (GFMG), which will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from 2 to 4 December 2013. The Forum will be hosted by the Kingdom of Thailand National Commission for UNESCO and the Thammasat University.

This forum is a pioneering global event that intends to address gender equality and women’s empowerment in and through the media. A key output of the forum will be the establishment of a Global Alliance on Media and Gender which will coordinate systematic follow-up to one of the critical areas of concern of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (BDPA), “Women and the Media Diagnosis”.

Click here to register online. It is important that participants register to ensure smooth access to conference venue.

For more information on this event please click to view the official website for the forum.

If your organization is a media organization, regulatory body (such as broadcasting commission) or media self-regulatory body, public or private entity, research institution, UN agency, funds or programme, national, regional and international development agency, NGO, CBO, association, network, training/academic institution and your organization is involved in gender and media related activities or gender equality issues, whether online or off line, you can become part of the Global Alliance on Media and Gender by clicking on this link, We Agree to Stand for Change! Please complete the brief questionnaire by 30 October 2013.

Online registration to participate in the event is separate and distinct from the questionnaire or the call for interest to be a part of the Global Alliance on Media and Gender movement. If you have completed the questionnaire and intend to attend the event in Thailand, you must also register. Registration will close on 10 November 2013.

We thank all our partners who are supporting this global movement.




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