African Media’s Portrayal of Its Continent Raises Questions
Africa in general is suffering from negative stereotypical news coverage and most stories centre on conflicts or wars, poverty, slums, corruption, famine, droughts, floods, kidnappings, irregular migration and xenophobia among others.
Will the Vogue ‘Disability Issue’ Create Real Change?
When it comes to diversity and inclusion, magazines may have much to consider, but the benefits are obvious.
May 2023 Newsletter: Breaking Down the Walls
Audiences were warned by artists and journalists not to stay silent when freedoms are under threat and encouraged to be …
Revolutionizing Accessibility: The Media Should Incorporate the Use of...
Incorporating AI technology in the media could be a turning point in the fight for accessibility and inclusion for the visually impaired and deaf communities across Africa.
Perugia’s International Journalism Festival and Creating Change
Over recent years, Italy’s small and historical town Perugia, has seen thousands of media professionals, journalists and innovators come together to …
Journalism and Identity: Bilingual Journalists Face Translation Burden
The burden of translation can’t entirely be put on marginalised groups and non-English speakers to do more identity work, but they can’t be moved out of the discussion either.
New Government, New Attitude to the Media in Brazil?
During the Bolsonaro government, and perhaps even because of it, newsrooms have gradually become more diverse, albeit at insufficient levels.
Urgent Need to Improve UK Media Diversity
When it comes to increasing the spaces for Black and non-white journalists, the conversation and planning have to be intersectional, across race, class, identity, and gender.
The Iranian Women Journalists Who Defy the Regime from Prison
The choice to give voice to the most oppressed through journalism should not be punished by imprisonment, torture and brutality.
The European Media Freedom Act: An Interview with Laura Becana Ball
"If the proposed European Media Freedom Act is kept as a regulation, the provisions included to protect and promote pluralism and diversity in the media will be applied directly and simultaneously to every member state," Laura Becana Ball
Harry and Meghan Documentary: Diverse Media Narratives Require Diverse...
The Tabloids’ influence in the British society and politics is well documented and researched. When it comes to the royal family maintaining their relationship with tabloids seems crucial , as it is highly beneficial and allows them to lead the narrative.
Is the Media Kicking the Ball on Human Rights Coverage? The Media, Foo...
By Joseph Monaghan On 18 December 2022 football fans around the world rejoiced as Argentina won the FIFA World Cup …