AperçuChoses à faire et à ne pas faire
Stratégie médias Types de couverture média Pour obtenir la couverture des médias Éducation des médias

Parmi les outils importants à employer dans le cadre de toute stratégie média en vue d’obtenir une couverture média spontanée aussi large que possible figurent : les avis aux médias, les communiqués de presse, les interviews, les dossiers de presse, les conférences de presse, les articles d’opinion, les lettres à la rédaction et les éditoriaux ouverts.

Les divers outils décrits ci-dessous le sont à titre indicatif et pour servir de guide général.  En effet, leur emploi est appelé à varier selon le pays, le contexte, la nature de l’environnement médiatique et les façons dont les médias fonctionnent. Il est essentiel, en conséquence d’avoir procédé à une cartographie de l’environnement médiatique concerné afin d’adapter et d’employer les outils décrits ici de manière optimale. Une conférence de presse, par exemple, peut ne pas avoir les mêmes composantes dans différents pays : s’il est courant en Asie du Sud-Est d’offrir des rafraîchissements et des aliments lors des conférences de presse, il en est bien plus rarement ainsi aux États-Unis ou en Europe.

Interviews Avis aux médias Communiqués de presseConférences de presse Dossier de presse Lettres à la rédaction Articles d’opinion
Qu’est-ce que le suivi et évaluation (s&e)? Quand est-il logique de lancer une e-campagne ?Considérations Spéciales pour Le Suivi et Évaluation Des Campagnes de Lutte Contre La Violence à L’égard Des Femmes et Des Filles Évaluation de L’impact de La Campagne Partage Des Constats Exemples D’évaluations de CampagnesRessources pour Le S&E
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