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Category: Women, Media and Technology

EventsWomen, Media and Technology

Round Table Discussion: Towards Safe Work Environment for Female Journalists in Egypt

Tadwein for Gender Studies has organized a roundtable to discuss effective solutions to the problem of the unsafe work environment for female journalists in Egypt. The aim of the discussion was to identify a set of measures and policies to ensure the protection of female workers in press and media institutions from any form of sexual violence, whether in the workplace or in their fieldwork. Tadwein for Gender Studies, with the help of media professionals and journalists, tried to draft a set of policies to be adopted by the media and journalistic outlets to ensure a safe working environment free from all forms of sexual violence toward women

ProjectsWomen, Media and Technology

Basis and Principles of Gender Sensitive Journalism

Tadwein for Gender Studies in collaboration has organized a series of training workshops with the aim of raising the awareness of journalists and media personnel about gender-sensitive press coverage. Roundtable discussions were also conducted with journalists to discuss issues such as sexual harassment in the workplace.

EventsWomen, Media and Technology

Closing Conference of the “Mirayat” Project

On the 21st of April 2019, Tadwein for Gender Studies, W Laha Wogouh Okhra platform, and Hrdo Center organized a closing conference for “Mirayat” which analyzed the Ramadan Drama Series of 2017 and 2018 from a Gender Perspective. During the conference, reasons behind the gap between media producers/ creators and feminist media analysts were discussed in addition to the fact that the media industry promotes gender-based violence and discrimination against women. The conference was attended by some prominent figures, such as the critic Tarek El Shennawy, the scriptwriter Mohamed Suleiman Abdel-Malek, and the scriptwriter Mostafa Zayed.

PublicationsResourcesWomen, Media and Technology

A Study to Monitor and Analyze Ramadan Drama from a Gender Perspective

The results of Merayat’s study to monitor and analyze Ramadan drama from a gender perspective for the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

PublicationsResourcesWomen, Media and Technology

Gender Representation in Egyptian Drama (Mirayat)

Tadwein for Gender Studies conducted a research project that aimed to examine and analyze gendered images in Egyptian drama and their effects on shaping and reinforcing gender stereotypes and discourses. This project was a collaborative work with the Herdo organization and W laha Wogouh Okhra online platform.

PublicationsResourcesWomen, Media and Technology

Digital Security Training Manual

In 2017, Tadwein for Gender Studies in collaboration conducted a series of training workshops to promote women’s and girls’ digital security. These trainings targeted 150 female survivors of violence, journalists, and female activists in 15 Egyptian governorates. Tadwein’s manual on digital security was used in delivering these trainings. The training manual allowed the trainees to differentiate between the different browsers, understand the basics of developing online accounts, understand types of anti-viruses and malware, and protection of social media accounts.
The training manual included information on the different browsers, principles of establishing accounts opening secure actions, types of anti-viruses and malware and how to protect the social media accounts

ProjectsWomen, Media and Technology

Digital Security Training

In 2017, Tadwein for Gender Studies in collaboration conducted a series of training workshops to promote women’s and girls’ digital security. These trainings targeted 150 female survivors of violence, journalists, and female activists in 15 Egyptian governorates. Tadwein’s manual on digital security was used in delivering these
The project activities included training for 150 women in 15 Egyptian governorates utilizing the training manual that Tadwein developed on methods of digital security.

NetworkingWomen, Media and Technology

Women’s Rights Online Network

Tadwein for Gender Studies is a member of a multi-country network called “Women’s Rights Online”. Women’s Rights Online (WRO) is a research and advocacy network that aims to empower women through the web. The network is an initiative of the Web Foundation and currently comprises women’s rights and digital rights groups across 14 developing countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, working to bridge the gender gap in technology, data, and policymaking.

ProjectsWomen, Media and Technology

Women’s Rights Online

This project started in 2015, and the main objective is to find out the extent of the gender gap on the Internet, to reveal the uses of the Internet by Egyptian women, and to identify the obstacles and threats they face in accessing the Internet and social media.

The study was conducted in poor urban areas within Greater Cairo in Cairo Governorate (Helwan), Giza (6 October) and Qalyubia (Shubra El-Kheima), and the number of participants in the survey sample was 1000 participants (750 females and 250 males). The target age group in this study was from 18 to 60 years.

The results of the study were announced and its report was issued on December 6, 2015 in conjunction with the 16 Days Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence