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PAHO/WHO and the Caribbean Development Bank, in association with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union and Internews, invites journalists and communicators to participate in the third of a series of fou
75 percent of women interviewed reported suffering from mental stress and anxiety due to their experiences of online violence
Women’s voices are rarely included in the news
In Tanzania, women as expert sources of information and opinions are still routinely passed over for men, partly because media outlets have no contact lists of women sources, and journalists are not required by their media houses to ensure
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed every sector of life, including media. Women in media have been exposed to a number of challenges.
For twenty years, the Dadaab refugee camp in the northeastern region of Kenya had no credible source of information.
The freelance journalist, who’s also worked in communications for WWF-Malaysia and Earthworm Foundation, takes on a role to boost capacity among the Malaysian media and promote the empowerment of marginalised groups.
Globally, only 24 percent of the people heard, seen or read about in the news are women, according to the Global Media Monitoring Project, a volunteer network that measures women’s global presence, portrayal, and representation in media.