We know that there is no miracle to solving gender inequality. But developing countries are making significant progress in empowering women and girls, we see that harnessing economic power is a consistent and tangible thread.
In 2015, the leaders of 193 nations made a pledge through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end gender inequality in all forms by 2030, highlighting that for the first time, gender equality was a priority for the world’s leaders.
Additionally, in response to longstanding patterns of abuse and discrimination, women around the world have raised their voices and have brought attention to inequalities like never before. It’s clear that gender inequality runs deeper than many of us understood, does more damage than we admitted, and needs to be urgently addressed.
Networking is inevitable source of influence of mass media, the media at large has been instrumental though not to the degree desired in supporting movement for women emancipation by focusing on the neglect and marginalization of the position of the women in the society. It is to be distinguished that media is extremely important for women development and their entry into this business.
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Matatu graffiti art is hot in Nairobi, Kenya. Kenya’s president lifted the ban on matatu graffiti art recently. The matatu drivers in Nairobi compete which bus has the best graffiti art. ore than a thousand young artists works in the industry now. The drivers compete to attract more customers with their customized matatus. Can the government do more to create employment, now the president supports this moving graffiti ? Produced by K-youth Media Centre Co-produced by Anto Wambugu Directed by Nelson Mandela Edited by Ian Hailys Support accorded by Magnus Rosshagen and Fredrik Larsson.
Students from K-youth Media are Currently Working on thier Final Projects…The Projects include Fiction and Non- Fiction Films…