When UK Regulators Got Involved in India’s Religious Polarisation in...
Does the Indian news broadcasting require more diversity? Especially in light of the religious polarisation expressed by certain news channels in the country?
Plus ça change plus c’est la même chose: Discrimination and th...
In response to its latest public consultation the Editors’ Code Committee is reluctant to concede any more changes despite campaigning efforts by charities including MDI.
How Could Malawi’s Access to Information Bill Influence Media Divers...
Access to information laws are crucial for a more democratic and diverse media environment and for putting authorities into account when they are involved in human rights abuses of minority communities.
Do Muslim Women On TV “Pass The Bechdel Test”?
There is no one definition of what it means to be a Muslim woman, and yet there is an immense pressure for one woman to represent an entire community.
Media and the Synecdoche of Statehood: A Colonial Hangover
Being more aware of synecdoches of statehood in mass media will not in itself fix issues about identity, racism and othering, but it’s one step towards a world that will have shed its colonial past
Reporting of Transphobic Attack Reveals Pervasive Discriminatory Attit...
While the case of Ciro Migliore and Maria Paola Gaglione prompted some reckoning inside the Italian media, progress is still in its very early stages.
The White Washing of Mental Health Awareness in the Media
From glossy Instagram accounts to hard-hitting headlines on depression, reporting on mental health has become more prevalent than ever before.
Racism in Media: Brazil’s Black Lives Matter Moment
Despite efforts to diversity the media in Brazil, such as communication collectives in slums, racism is still prevalent.
Writing the Other: Can Literature Escape the Criticism of Cultural App...
Imagination might be key to fiction, but during a time of reckoning in regards to race, how much longer will literature remain out there alone, when other forms of entertainment have moved on?
Racism Disclaimers on TV: Who Are They For?
The lack of clarity around what content warrants racism disclaimers, seems like yet another barrier to diverse programming in the UK.
Kamala Harris: Beauty Tropes, the Media and Politics
The need for anti-racist and anti-sexist journalism has never been greater. Only by smashing through the glass screen can we begin to break the glass ceiling.
What do The Witches Get Wrong about Limb Difference?
The continuation of the fervent depiction of disabled persons in movies will only result to more disabled persons feeling unworthy of existing in this wicked world.