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Seminar on gender issues for printed media editors concluded

21.06.2007
In the frame of the UNDP Gender and Politics Programme in the South Caucasus, in June 16 - 17, Bakuriani hosted a seminar for central and regional printed media editors. During two days, nineteen editor and printed media representatives were receiving information in following topics: gender roles and stereotypes, gender equality and mechanisms, policy on gender in Georgia, the role of women in political processes and decision making, career of man and women in journalism, similarities of man and women in profession, labor code, social assistance, etc.

The aim of the seminar was to spread information among key decision makers of printed media and show them the importance of spreading concept of gender equality  to wider audience though their own newspapers.

Last two years, in the frame of the project number of training-seminars for journalists and annual award ceremony for the best gender sensitive media article was introduced, aiming stimulating journalist to write gender related articles and raising public awareness about gender equality.

Project “Gender and Politics Programme in the South Caucasus” is Funded by Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and implemented by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Parliament of Georgia.

Source:  Project “Gender and Politics Programme in the South Caucasus”
www.genderandpolitics.ge

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