Our stories examine the ways that race, religion, class, dis/ability, age, gender and sexual identity issues intersect with major topics in the media, and aim to bring new perspectives to light.
“Feed Fatigue” or An Excuse To Turn Off?
It is important to be mindful about what it means to turn off and tune out.
‘Words Hurt: The Ethics of Reporting on Race’
BLM and Black journalists in the UK
Should Netflix Stop Streaming A Film That Glorifies Misogyny and Rape?
The hundreds of people who have signed petitions think so.
MDI in Fazana: A “Tsunami” of Hate Speech, Fake Speech and Other C...
Listen to MDI & ICFJ's panel at the Fazana Media Festival here.
The Media is Criticising Both the Young and Old During This Pandemic. ...
COVID-19 cases are rising among young people. But it is not for the reasons that you would think.
MDI at the Fazana Media Festival
On Monday, 7 September 2020, Media Diversity Institute kicked off a series of events at the second annual Fazana Media …
MDI at Fazana Media Fest: COVID-19 and Diversity: A “TsunamiR...
Join us at the Fazana Media Festival
VIDEO: Sensationalist Media Coverage of Migrants and Refugees is Missi...
Why don't journalists hold governments accountable for not guaranteeing safe passage to migrants and refugees?
As the Media Has A Reckoning on Race and Gender, It’s Time To Also T...
How does the British media get away with such insulting representations of working class people?
Black Journalists Need More Than An Apology From the BBC
The broadcaster risks losing trust from Black journalists and audiences otherwise.