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Academics from around the world snapped up copies of two new UNESCO publications this week, in a well-attended session organised at the annual conference of the International Association for Media and Mass Communication Research.
Today the Commission presented its annual Women in Digital (WiD) scoreboard to monitor women’s participation in the digital economy.
El ministro de Cultura y Deporte en funciones, José Guirao, ha asistido hoy, en la sede del Ministerio, a la reunión del Observatorio de Igualdad de Género en el ámbito de la Cultura en la que se ha informado del estado de situación de las iniciativas y estudios en los que se trabaja para visibilizar a la mujer en este sector.
The Minister of State for Culture has made gender justice in art, culture and the media a major concern of her policy. "Equal opportunities always mean a gain in perspectives and potential and thus more artistic, cultural and media diversity", Grütters is convinced.
Women now dominate Canada’s most powerful visual arts jobs, including four of the five director positions in major art galleries from Vancouver to Halifax, which experts say is having a direct impact on exhibitions, public programming and national collection building.
Eight of England's largest arts employers reduced their gender pay gaps last year, with Arts Council England ending the year with a small gap in favour of women.