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Journée internationale de la femme 2020

AMARC Europe is joining the

Journée internationale de la femme 2020

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Déclaration de Beijing et du Programme d'action adopté en 1995 at the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing/China. AMARC Europe supports the de la Déclaration de Beijing resolutions fully in order to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women and girls, fight women’s economic independence and the structural reasons for economic fractions, to prevent and eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls, ensure equal access to and equal treatment of women in education and health care and enhance women’s sexual and reproductive health as well as education and promote and protect all human rights of women and girls and include men to participate in all actions to achieve full equality.

This year’s International Women’s Day campaign I am Generation Equality campaign is bringing together people of every gender, age, ethnicity, race, religion and country, to drive actions that will create a gender-equal world. Cependant, there is still a way to go: “But even though there has been progress, no country has achieved gender equality. Our best hasn’t been good enough. Challenges remain for all countries, although many of them are not insurmountable.” says the statement of the UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka on this year’s topic.
Media as Key Promotor for Gender Equality
Local, national and international media outlets remain an impactful daily source of information, discourse and exchange platform for a majority of persons in Europe and around the world. Who appears in and creates the news, which angles are been used to report on women and gender equality, how women are portrayed and what is been left out matters as structures and systems of discrimination and inequality are been reinforced through media systems.
The data on women in media, cependant, is unambiguous: in Europe only 24% of persons who are interviewed, or the focus of a news item are female and only 2 de 12 public radio stations in Germany are directed by women. Women’s points of view are rarely heard in the topics that dominate the news agenda; even in stories that affect women profoundly, such as gender-based violence, it is the male voice that prevails.
AMARC Europe fights for Gender Equality
AMARC Europe emphasizes the importance of the role played by women in the field of communication, media production and community media and identifies key areas for the continuous fight for women representation and gender equality on and off air:
  • Women’s access to the airwaves
  • Women’s representation on air
  • Les besoins particuliers des femmes des minorités
  • Women’s representation at all levels of station management
  • The use of appropriate technology
  • Funding and capacity building for women’s radio
AMARC Europe calls on its over 250 membres dans plus de 20 Pays européens, friends and colleagues from the (communauté) media and communication field to make gender equality reality and contribute to this year’s International Women’s Day theme “I am Generation Equality – Realizing Women’s Rights”
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