Almost two years after #MeToo launched, coverage of the movement has expanded to around the world where women in different countries stand up against sexual harassment, abusive work environments and exploitations of power.
As pride month comes to a close, International Editor Shayna Greene looks at media coverage of both the progress and lack there of for LGBTQIA+ communities around the world.
The Freedom House 2019 report revealed a downward trend in global press freedom, specifically in the U.S., China, Hungary, India and Vietnam.
Richie Mehta, a Canada-based film director, has begun addressing the systemic issue of sexual assault and rape in India through a new Netflix mini-series entitled “Delhi Crime.”
The news you missed last month included Apple deals in Russia to journalists in Indonesia to art in Uganda to so many other incredible stories around the world.
The journalism world has experienced a chaotic news cycle this past month including the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, the media crackdown in Tanzania, the disappearance of an award-winning Chinese journalist, the emergence of digital India and so much more.
As journalists are attacked and killed for doing their jobs, female journalists also face threats on social media and sexual harassment in and outside the workplace.
From online censorship to the murder of a Mexican journalist, here are some of the press freedom stories you may have missed last month.
India’s press freedom is being tested by attacks on journalists and censorship of media.
The plight of Rohingya migrants continues, but only local outlets seem to be the only ones covering it