Picturing a Life Free of Violence: Media and Communications Strategies

Publish Year : 2001
Publisher : UNIFEM and the Media Materials Clearinghouse of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
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Description :

This publication showcases a wealth and variety of media and communications strategies and materials used around the world to end violence against women. A collaboration between UNIFEM and the Media Materials Clearinghouse of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, the publication highlights materials and campaigns, providing descriptions of innovative communications methods for awareness raising. Chapter 5 of this publication focuses on HIV/AIDS and on the how and why HIV/AIDS is a gender issue.

 

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