Volunteer: Global Media Monitoring Project - GMMP Canada

Oct 01, 2020
Toronto, Ontario

Do you have a passion for either gender equality, women’s rights, human rights, or ethical journalism? Are you curious about how to unpack and analyze media content from a gender perspective?  

Would you or your organization like to take part in gathering data about how women are portrayed in news around the world? 

If you do, the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) wants you as a volunteer for its 2020 research.

GMMP is the largest and longest longitudinal study on gender in the world’s media. It is also the largest grassroots advocacy initiative in the world aimed at changing the way women are represented in the media. 

Every five years since 1995, GMMP’s pioneering research has measured the pulse of selected indicators of gender in the news media and studied women’s presence in relation to men, gender bias and stereotyping in news media content. 

GMMP research is made possible, in large part, by a global network of volunteers, including academics, journalists and civil society activists. 

Interested?  Please let us know why you'd like to be a GMMP volunteer and submit your resume to vcsilva@journalist.com.  

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