The Centre for Gender Equal Media at Durham University is a new university think-tank generating evidence and policy ideas to work towards a gender equal media. Founded by a partnership between leading researchers and policy experts in the field, GEM offers an exciting opportunity to work with policy-makers, women’s organisations, campaigners and the media to shape new laws, policies and practices through the best social science research and policy engagement. GEM aims to facilitate a gender equal media that is equal, safe and accessible for all to enjoy, whether print, online or social media, pornography, film, gaming or music videos.
New Anonymity Campaign
To find out more about our new campaign for anonymity for victim-survivors of image-based sexual abuse, see our Anonymity Campaign page here: http://wp.me/P6lMkh-eW
Policy and Media
To read more about our work and evidence submissions to various public consultations, follow the links below:
GEM’s Evidence to Women & Equalities Select Committee Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Schools http://wp.me/P6lMkh-f0
GEM Welcomes CPS Guidance on Social Media cases and Recommends Further Changes http://wp.me/P6lMkh-cc