Topics such as “Women’s under-role in international politics”, “Women journalists in times of war”, “Digital media promotes women’s stories” or “Getting your life in order is gender neutral” were some of the colloquia proposed in Congress. Organized by the Galician Journalists Association
“Televisions, platforms for achieving equality and eliminating gender-based violence”. Patricia Martínez, Telecinco’s coordinator in Galicia, TVE-Galicia’s editor Ana Lorenzo and Atresmedia TV’s representative in Galicia intervened in this forum. Eva Vazquez Lima.
Journalist Eva V. Lima, “What is the role of the media and what is our duty as journalists?” He started his speech with a question. “We have the best weapon: the word. And with that, we must reach our recipient with a message that moves him, makes him think, and in the best case helps him take action.” Only in this way can we achieve our goal, which is nothing more than “building a more critical, more educated society,” and thus creating a “better and more egalitarian world,” Vázquez Lima says.
In the particular case of Atresmedia, the journalist is responsible for his company’s social aims, and in particular elimination of gender violence with a strong media project. “against tyranny, zero tolerance” It is the commitment of Antena 3 Noticias and Fundación Mutua Madrileña to eradicate gender-based violence.
Eva V. Lima announced that Antena 3 Noticias publishes “an annual special program on gender-based violence.” The next time the journalist announced that she would be joining, she said. Noelia Miguez, a Galician woman who was a victim of sexist violence, whose boyfriend tried to stab her to death by stabbing her in eight places. “She survived and now offers the book ‘Eight Signs. It’s a matter of life and death’ to help other women who are going through a situation like hers,” explains she.
According to Eva V. Lima, having testimonies on television shows, collecting and disseminating this woman’s message is “another example of our involvement in eradicating the scourge of gender-based violence. Be sensitive and tell every story, disclose that this is unfortunately not going to happen in the 21st century.” leave no one indifferent to those who continue”.
20% of young people think it is not gender-based violence to control schedules or dressing style
In his speech, the delegate of Atresmedia TV in Galicia first gave some data from the macro study conducted by Fundación Mutua Madrileña on the perception of gender-based violence in Spanish society.
“20% of teens think that checking their partner’s phone, schedule or dressing is not gender-based violence.” Faced with this reality, Vázquez Lima They cannot remain “emotionless”. “First of all, I am addressing you young and future journalists in this hall: Your duty is nothing but to inform, inform and inform. Meticulously, honestly and to verify the facts and mobilize the conscience”.
“At Atresmedia TV – as journalists and as people – we are doing our part to create and disseminate messages that will help build a “more mature and committed” society. And “it’s the only way we understand journalism,” the journalist said.
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