In 2011, CBC reporter Duncan McCue published the guide "Reporting in Indigenous Communities," which walks reporters through all steps of the reporting process.
Creating a diverse and inclusionary newsroom isn’t something that happens naturally. Panelists at the 2018 JAWS Conference and Mentoring Project shared tips for how to do it.
Leah Jing started Liminal to help Asian-Australians carve out their own space in the media.
A coalition of female journalists launched #StopSexualHarassment237. The campaign targets the media industry in Cameroon with the goal of stamping out sexual harassment and intimidation.
Women photograph is an online database of women photojournalists around the world who are looking for work. The site encourages media organizations and editors to give more assignments to women.
The only woman on her team, the Folha de S. Paulo reporter talks about her experience covering two World Cups and complains about the lack of diversity in Russia.
A group of international media professionals penned an open letter calling for an end to sexism in the industry, which includes 14 actionable steps toward greater equality and inclusion.
Experienced gender reporters share tips to to protect sources and avoid sensationalizing or stereotyping stories of gender-based violence.
This is the third installment in our spotlight series on journalism organizations, featuring NAHJ, AAJA, NABJ and NAJA.
All journalists are guilty of unconscious biases, which are replicated in their work. Here are four questions to ask yourself to dismantle these biases and stereotypes, and ensure more gender-sensitive reporting.
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