The Laadli Media Awards for Gender Sensitivity

3 years ago, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Population First launched the Laadli Media Awards for Gender Sensitivity. Their objective is to annually recognize and reward gender just perspectives, stories and analyses by various newsmedia between 1st July of the previous year and 30th June of the current year. Comprising of regional and national awards, they are given in each category including print, internet, audio (radio) and audio-visual (television) media. Apart from this, there are also all India awards for similar efforts in advertising. Importantly, the awards include various vernacular tongues in addition to Urdu, Hindi and English.

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  1. k.vijaya raghavan says:

    banashankari is the happening place in bengaluru today,gone are the old palace orchards where only old people are living[nothing against them please] their young ones have left for greener pasteurrs in western countries mainly U.S.A.
    the cookery events in t.v. is also a crowd puller
    only the kannada cinema is a damp squib.vijayaraghavan

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