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Changing the way young girls perceive media

Boston, Brussels, January 5th, 2016 (DailyFreePress/SIGNIS). The average teenage girl consumes between eight and 10 hours of media each day, according to the Mediagirls, an organization that aims to empower girls in the Greater Boston area by (...) >> read more
Cinema - Reviews

SIGNIS Film reviews - February 2016

February 5th, 2016. Find below film reviews written by Peter Malone. 5th WAVE ANOMALISA BELIER FAMILY, The DIRTY GRANDPA HATEFUL EIGHT, The IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, The LOOKING FOR GRACE PEANUTS MOVIE, The PEGGY GUGGENHEIM, ART ADDICT (...) >> read more
Journalism

New presidential decree to support media freedom in Afghanistan

Paris, Brussels, February 5th, 2016 (SIGNIS/RSF). A new presidential decree that should facilitate media activity and the fight against impunity for crimes of violence against journalists has been issued in Afghanistan. Ashraf Ghani Issued (...) >> read more
Journalism

US presidential election: a rocky road for journalists

Paris, Brussels, January 4th, 2016 (SIGNIS/RSF). As the primaries for the 2016 presidential election began in Iowa on February 1, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) examined the front-runners’ harsh treatment of the media. Donald Trump has (...) >> read more
Media education

Social media education in Canada

Kamloops, Brussels, February 4th, 2016 (SIGNIS/Infotel). Social media educator Jesse Miller will soon be coming to Kamloops (Canada) to speak to students and parents about how the internet affects the social lives of young people. Jesse Miller (...) >> read more