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Guidelines for gender-sensitive media reporting
(UNESCO, 2004) All journalists, both female and male, can play a role in changing attitudes to women and gender-based stereotypes. You can make a choice. You can make a difference. This article sets out to provide you with some guidelines on how to become a gender-sensitive reporter.
 


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