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.
The internet and social media are being used as both battlegrounds for activism and cesspools of criminal activity with little to no regulation.
Contradicting media reports have been critiqued for escalating the conflict in Venezuela where fighting over the country’s next leader has exploded into violence and chaos.
The temporary release of the three activists comes after international outrage over an alleged pattern of human rights abuses by the Saudi Arabian government.
China has been pushing a false narrative about internment camps for their Muslim minority while international media watches with horror.
Students in the Ukraine are learning how to spot fake news in the midst of the presidential election and the growth of the far-right movement.
Russia has instated new legislation aimed at countering fake news but serves to increase censorship online.
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.”