Toronto, Canada – Wednesday, October 20 2021
Kenyan Canadian Association (KCA) hosted it’s fourth webinar on October 16, 2021 which focused on ways the Media can help to prevent Gender-based Violence (GBV). The webinar was part of a high-impact series supported through funding by the Government of Canada through the Canadian Women’s Foundation, Safer + Stronger COVID-19 Emergency Grants.
Toronto, Canada – Thursday, October 14, 2021
The media and entertainment industry play a momentous role in shaping cultural attitudes about gender. Gender stereotypes and underrepresentation in media can contribute to negative attitudes and violence toward women. However, today’s fast access to news, television, film, and music presents new opportunities for us to address gender inequalities and end gender-based violence (GBV).
Toronto, Canada – Friday, October 1, 2021
The growing reach of all forms of media through the internet and online social platforms has opened the doors to the instantaneous spread of harmful content that can reinforce attitudes that lead to gender-based violence (GBV). However, today’s fast access to news, television, film, and music also presents new opportunities for us to address gender inequalities and eradicate GBV.
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