Can Local News Survive COVID-19?
Everyone is clamoring for local news right now. They want to know who is sick, what businesses are open, and, most importantly, if there is space in the hospitals near them. However, local news has not felt this support in its revenue–rather, the opposite. In fact, it might be on the verge of extinction due to the economic fall out from the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for the communities whose stories rarely make it to the national and international media?
Launch of the WHO Academy and the WHO Info mobile applications
WHO announces the launch of the WHO Academy app designed to support health workers during COVID-19 and the WHO Info app designed to inform the general public.
Read more: https://www.who.int/news-room/detail/13-05-2020-launch-of-the-who-academy-and-the-who-info-mobile-applications
Integrating Gender in the COVID-19 RCCE Response
Integrating gender into the COVID-19 risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) response demands consideration of how gender norms and roles, as well as inequitable power dynamics and decision-making, influence people’s experiences and needs at all stages. This technical brief provides practical recommendations to integrate gender across the six pillars of the RCCE response.
Read more: https://covid19communicationnetwork.org/covid19resource/integrating-gender-in-the-covid-19-rcce-response-technical-brief/
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