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Talking Gender in the Mekong Media

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Talking Gender in the Mekong Media

Johanna Son

       BANGKOK – Do media organisations in the Mekong Region think that gender sensitivity, including giving voices to women, is part of doing better stories? How do they define it within the context of their societies and how do they report on different genders and sexuality? Do they include the use of gender-friendly language in their stylebooks and training programmes? How much is using a gender lens a news habit?

       These are some of the questions asked by ‘Talking Gender in the Mekong Media’, a report that IPS Asia-Pacific carried out as part of the IPS network’s ‘Communicating for Change’ project, in order to help identify areas for future news work and capacity-building, as well some practical and professional approaches to doing these.

       The 54-page report scans the media in the six Mekong countries – Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

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