Created on Friday, 12 March 2010 10:23
Thirty women community radio broadcasters from nine countries from mainly South and Central Asia have gathered in Mysore, Karnataka, India to participate in the 6-day Women Making Airwaves for Peace (WMAP) seminar from February 13 – 18 2010. Women Making Airwaves for Peace is composed of experience sharing, skills sharing and radio productions. The participants are resource persons, trainers, trainees and radio journalists at the same time.
Created on Wednesday, 18 November 2009 07:53
Women Making Airwaves for Peace (WMAP) is a cross-cultural radio seminar for women broadcasters on the role of community radio in peace building and disaster management organised by Isis International in collaboration with AMARC-WIN Asia Pacific.Read more: What is WMAP?
Created on Wednesday, 11 March 2009 16:39
The Gender Policy has been translated into 18 other languages .
Created on Monday, 16 February 2009 18:48
This handy brochure (50 pages) guides step by step through the process of establishing community radio station. With many tips and recommendations, it is useful not just for Lao PDR but for anyone who wants to start community radio.Read more: Many Voices - Our Voices (Draft)
Created on Friday, 26 October 2007 22:36
Women Making Airwaves for Peace is a joint project of Min-WoW and Isis International - Manila to promote engendered peace journalism and women's critical role in conflict transformation and peace building. The project consists os Training Workshops and Training Modules.Read more: Women Making Airwaves for Peace Pilot Project
Created on Friday, 26 October 2007 18:28
Engendering Peace Journalism: Keeping Communities Whole
A guide on gender-sensitive peace and conflict reportage
|Chapter 1 Engendering Peace Journalism||9|
|Chapter 2 Mapping Conflict: A Conflict Analysis Tool||17|
|Chapter 3 Gender in Conflict Analysis||21|
|Chapter 4 Tips for Journalists||26|
|Chapter 5 Self-care Strategies for Journalists||37|
|About Isis and Min-WoW||42|
|Women Making Airwaves for Peace||43|
Read more: Engendering Peace Journalism: Keeping Communities Whole
Bahay ni Isis provides a safe haven for guests visiting Manila, with lodgings, meeting rooms and facilities for workshops and other events. It is a comfortable women-friendly space and a gathering place for many non-governmental organisations engaged in issues affecting women around the globe. Welcome!
The Isis Feminist Activist School aims to strengthen the communication capacity of women from the Global South so that they can effectively articulate and take on leadership roles in organisations, communities, networks and/or social movements.
we!, the Isis International e-newsletter, provides news and information on women’s activism, campaigns and events around the globe as well as analyses and commentary on current issues affecting women.
WiA carries in-depth articles on issues facing women globally from a feminist perspective. This social movement publication links women’s issues to larger social issues and features women writers from around the world.
Recognising Women’s Participation in Sustainable and Lasting Peace. Isis International realised it is essential to initially find out to what extent or if any at all do peace advocates include or consider women and gender in their peace work with from ICCO foundation, Isis carried out a study on women peacemakers in the Philippines.
Isis Resource Center holds one of the largest feminist collections of materials in the Global South. With 40 years of publication experience, Isis holds a vast collection.
Relive the historical milestones of the women’s movement with this Isis collection of posters.