Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Women and media

637 views

Published on

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Women and media

  1. 1. Review of the area J:Women and the Media Gender and the Media Vilnius, May 2012
  2. 2. The aim and objectives of the ReportThe aim: To report on the current situation at the EU level and at the Member States level in implementing the obj ective 1 of the area J Women and the Media of the Beij : ing Platform for A ction (BPfA and to introduce possible ) indicators in this area
  3. 3. The aim and objectives of the ReportThe objectives:• To produce a literature review on gender and media, with special emphasis on women’s involvement in decision making in the boards of the media organisations (tv, radio, written press), both public and private;• To collect data regarding codes of conduct that the media organisations might have adopted and analyses gender equality issues in order to avoid discrimination based on sex;• To propose indicators for area J on basis of available data• To collect and analysed at MS level the way women and men are presented in the media (does not include commercials and movies); this is a separate part of the contract, as will not come up in the Report for the Irish Presidency; it will be a separate product for EIGE in order to develop an independent publication out of it.The outcomes
  4. 4. Timeframe for the development of the Report• June 2012: Contract signed; duration 1 0 months.• S eptember 2012: Interim report received and discussed in the meeting of the Working Group on Beij indicators. ing• End of October 2012: Final report will be submitted to EIGE. On basis of the submitted document, EIGE will prepare a report on Women and the Media.• Mid December 2012: the report will be sent for comments to the members of the HLG on GM.
  5. 5. Timeframe for the development of the Report• Middle of January 2013: send to the HLG on GM a revised version of the report with included changes.• End of January: EIGE will include last changes based on the comments and suggestions coming from the members of the HLG on GM.• Beginning of February 2013: EIGE will adopt and make public the Report on Women and the Environment in the EU and the EU Members States.
  6. 6. ContactsVirginija Langbakk – DirectorVirginija.Langbakk@eige.europa.euJolanta Reingarde – Senior ResearcherJolanta.Reingarde@eige.europa.euIlze Burkevica – Statistics OfficerIlze.Burkevica@eige.europa.euIoana Borza – Gender ExpertIoana.Borza@eige.europa.euEIGE - General enquiriesEIGE.SEC@eige.europa.eu www.eige.europa.eu/content/activities/beijing-platform-for-action European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) Švitrigailos g. 11M 03228 - Vilnius Lithuania Switchboard: +370 5 2394140

×