Women Make the News - Thailand  is buttressed by UNESCO's Global Women Make the News campaign as well as other similar initiatives supporting gender equality in the media.  To learn more about gender equality in the media, please review our resources:


Women Make the News Thailand: A voice for women experts, a tool for gender equality in media

WOMEN MAKE THE NEWS 2016: A Spotlight on Award-winning Female Thai Reporter, Thapanee Ietsrichai

No back steps for journalist going from rural roots to conflict reporting. UNESCO Bangkok interviewed Thapanee Ietsrichai as part of the Women Make the News 2016 campaign to spotlight the work of a woman in Asia-Pacific media who has overcome gender disparities to excel in the typically male dominated world of disaster and conflict reporting.

UNESCO Educational App on Freedom of Expression

What is free speech, why does it matter, what are its limits and what can each of us can do to protect and defend it? In the mobile application developed by Naresuan University for UNESCO Bangkok, users can learn, play mini-games and test their knowledge on freedom of expression as stated in Article 19 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Christiane Amanpour's video message on gender equality in media

Christiane Amanpour, Chief International Correspondent for CNN, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Freedom of Expression and Journalist Safety, expresses her support for gender equality in media to the International Development Cooperation Meeting on Gender and Media, which took place on 7-8 December 2015 in Geneva.