Resources - Booklet
Booklets are informational and showcase human rights and media issues and/or the work of Media Monitoring Africa.
- Community Radio SMS Competition Terms and Conditions
The following are the Terms and Conditions (Competition Rules) that apply to the Community Radio SMS Competition organised by Media Monitoring Africa (MMA).Tweet
- Editorial Guidelines and Principles on Reporting on Children in the Media
Media Monitoring Africa launched a new set of Editorial Guidelines and Principles on Reporting on Children in the Media on 19 October 2011 which also saw the commemoration of Black Wednesday and the 15th birthday celebrations for the South African National Editors Forum (SANEF).Tweet
- Gender: An Election Issue? Election Accountability Pack
51% of the population is female
40-50% of women have experienced violence at the hands of a partner
None of the local election manifestos touch on gender-based violence specifically.
Media Monitoring Africa (MMA), GenderMattersZA, Open Society Foundation, The Daily Maverick and Frayintermedia have teamed up with the Commission on Gender Equality (CGE) and Tshwaranang Legal Advocacy Centre to launch a “Piercing the Promises: Election Accountability Pack” on gender issues.Tweet
- Service Delivery: An Election Issue?
MMA together with experts from the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute and The Centre for the Study of Democracy compiled questions to aide journalists in holding candidates for the upcoming local government elections accountable. This is the second part of the Piercing the Promises: Election Accountability Pack with a particular focus on Service Delivery.Tweet
- Children: an Election issue?
How do we get answers from local election candidates and their parties on how they plan to tackle the many problems facing children in South Africa?
Here’s our Piercing the Promises: Election Accountability Tool for journalists on children’s issuesTweet
- Plain language version of the Protection of Information Bill (Open Democracy Advice Centre)
If you want to know more about the Protection of Information Bill, check out this Plain Language version of the Bill, drawn up by the Open Democracy Advice Centre (ODAC). Well done to the ODAC for coming up with such a user friendly guide!Tweet
- Empowering Messages – What you should know: Strategic Communication and Gender-based Violence
Practical guidelines for producing strategic communication aimed at addressing gender-based violence (GBV) in Southern Africa and improving gender equality.
Strategic Communication is communication for behavioural change, and behavioural change is one of the key requirements for reducing the incidence of gender-based violence.
The guidelines were produced after a study of communications in South Africa and Namibia, including media campaigns, and of the many resources that already exist. In order to meet some of the needs identified through these studies, the guidelines include:
- A 10 step plan to follow for producing a communication strategy;
- - How to go about researching your intended audience to produce the right message;
- - Understanding behavioural change and its relation to your intended audience;
- - Monitoring & Evaluation planning and techniques appropriate to gender-focused communications.
- Save our SABC pamphlet
Save our SABC is a civil society campaign that wants a review of all government laws and policies to ensure the SABC is more accountable to us – listeners and viewers.Tweet
- Daily Voice pamphlet
The Media Monitoring Project made a complaint to the Press Ombudsman against the Daily Voice, a Cape Town tabloid, about an article related to a child pornography ring.
This pamphlet was developed and distributed to children and media experts.Tweet
- Editorial Guidelines and Principles for Reporting on Children in the Media 2008
This booklet is the result of the collaboration between MMP and Save the Children Sweden in Zambia, based on research in that country. It offers practical advice for journalists on covering children in an easy-to-understand and user-friendly format.Tweet