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Media Coverage of Gender Disparities in Education Needs To Move Beyond...

Media Coverage of Gender Disparities in Education Needs To Move Beyond...

Education journalism needs to start focusing more on the context that is missing, and thereby start filling up the gap to provide a bigger picture. The lack of focus on these gaps is perhaps why we as a global community have struggled greatly to make sufficient progress...

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MAGIC Project Publishes First Media Monitoring Results

MAGIC Project Publishes First Media Monitoring Results

MAGIC (Muslim women and communities Against Gender Islamophobia in society) is a project devised to prevent gender Islamophobia in Spain and in …

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‘Women were trained not to complain about harassment’: Exploring t...

‘Women were trained not to complain about harassment’: Exploring t...

Female journalists often face gendered abuse online in response to their work. But how have changing cultural norms pushed female journalists to engage with their audiences online, and how does this harassment affect their jobs?

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Public Room: How the Macedonian Media Missed the Opportunity to Shed L...

Public Room: How the Macedonian Media Missed the Opportunity to Shed L...

As the “Public Room” case remained unsolved for two years after its discovery, media coverage led the public in N. Macedonia to mistrust the country’s authorities.

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9/11 and Journalism Practice in Afghanistan: An Interview with Bahaar ...

9/11 and Journalism Practice in Afghanistan: An Interview with Bahaar ...

"I think that the only reason that the world would cover Afghanistan again would be if there's terrorist activity that would threaten the West or their interest. This is when Afghanistan will come back to the media's attention," Bahaar Joya

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The Abortion Ban in Texas and the Texas Taliban Narratives

The Abortion Ban in Texas and the Texas Taliban Narratives

The media plays a huge role in choosing whether they spread awareness, or indulge in fear mongering and the current narrative risks favouring the latter.

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Management Positions in the European Media Sector Remain Male-dominate...

Management Positions in the European Media Sector Remain Male-dominate...

Women better represented on-screen than off-screen throughout Europe as management positions in media remain male-dominated.

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EU Court Ruling Rekindles Media Debates on Hijab Ban

EU Court Ruling Rekindles Media Debates on Hijab Ban

By completely glossing over the impact on the lives and experiences of the women who are banned from wearing the hijab, the media is removing them from the narrative and failing to complete their responsibility by putting forth the complete picture.

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Why the UK media industry needs paid maternity leave and benefits

Why the UK media industry needs paid maternity leave and benefits

A combination of flexible working, a more supportive work culture, valuing women’s contributions, shared leave, more part-time jobs, better maternity pay, and protected job opportunities post-maternity leave would all make the media industry a better option for workin...

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The Annulment of the Istanbul Convention in Turkey “Can Turn int...

The Annulment of the Istanbul Convention in Turkey “Can Turn int...

The final annulment of the Istanbul convention In Turkey may become a mechanism to silence the media covering violence against women and/or LGBTI+ individuals.

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Serbia’s MeToo moment and the battle between digital and mainstream ...

Serbia’s MeToo moment and the battle between digital and mainstream ...

Just like MeToo, similar online groups in Serbia gave women a voice. The digital media provided the platform and space for their voices to be heard.

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Video: International Women’s Day: How Do We End the “She-c...

Video: International Women’s Day: How Do We End the “She-c...

The media should make sure to amplify women’s stories, so that we know the extent of this “shecession” and acknowledge that not all women are in the same boat.

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