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Media monitoring of Open Society Institute: (Vulnerable, More Vulnerable, Most Vulnerable – Media Approach to Inequality) by Open Society Foundation.
Monitoring and overview of 4 printed and 6 aired media, info on national and international/EU laws and policies in the field of women and the media
The study analyzes the phenomenon of objectification of female body and image - a relatively new process in the country (starting from the early 1990s).
The recommendation "The commoditization of women in the alcohol advertisement" has given rise to a complaint for gender discrimination and harassment brought to the National Equality Body, t
Different education modules dedicated to increasing the capacity of the administration to apply the gender mainstreaming approach.
This article presents an overview of social changes related to gender roles. In order to do it the author analyzes 20 years (1980-2000) of media coverage.
The article reflects on the transformation of women's image starting from the first years after the World War II, through the communist regime with the elation of the 'strong' woman and
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This survey was carried out to evaluate the public perception of equality and discrimination on grounds of racial/ethnic origin, age, religion, sexual orientation, health status (disability) and gende
Provision of training and training tools on the Media Code of Ethics, where gender is one of the two protected grounds.
The National Strategy for Promotion of Gender Equality for the period 2009 – 2015 has the objective of effective application of the policy of the Bulgarian government aimed at improving the quality of