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Leading editors and publishers from Africa and the Middle East have been appointed to the WAN-IFRA Gender and Media Freedom Steering Committee, which will contribute to the organization's ambitious Women in News gender and media development activities.WIN is a four-year, multimillion-euro program conducted by World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) in partnership with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and Norway's Foreign Ministry. The program addresses the gender imbalance in media, while mobilizing the industry to collectively create an environment that supports conditions for women in media, and their organizations, to succeed.The WAN-IFRA Gender and Media Freedom Steering Committee will play an advisory role and guide the content and focus of the Women in News program, which aims to be peer-led and collaborative in its approach to helping media succeed in creating an environment that promotes gender equality in newsrooms and management structures.
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