UNESCO promotes gender equality in the Moroccan television

The UNESCO Office in Rabat, the Centre for Media Education and the School of Journalism in Casablanca organized a workshop on writing screenplays sensitive to gender issues on 10 and 11 November in Casablanca, Morocco.

A journalist’s guide to reporting research findings

This guide provides practical tips and guidance for journalists and editors interested in publishing stories based on development research findings.

Net neutrality: Stronger rules needed in US and EU

On 20 November 2011, the US Federal Communications Commission’s rules on net neutrality will come into force. While the rules are a welcome attempt at protecting net neutrality, ARTICLE 19 is concerned that they do not go far enough.

The Bureau of Labor Migration, Gender and Development Foundation was presented at the Indera

Ten organizations, mostly run by immigrant women and designed to defend the rights of these groups, are part of this Working Committee "intends to be a space of visibility of migrant women to advocate for immigration policies that affect women and their environment."

Development No Borders (Tenmeya Bela Hedoud) d'Egipte, wins the Euromed Award for Intercultural Dialogue 2011

Located in Cairo, is a newly established NGO working to combat racism, xenophobia and discrimination, as well as promoting citizenship and empowerment of youth.


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