Publications From Internews:
- From Counting Women to Making Women Count: Women-Focused Media Development, by Manisha Aryal, Internews; and Craig LaMay, Northwestern University’s Institute for Policy Research
- Women in Media: Diversifying Voices, Strengthening Coverage
- Gender Sensitive Reporting: A curriculum designed for universities in Northwest Pakistan
Publications & Articles FROM Other organizations:
Sexual harassment in the media – A practical guide for employers & employees, from the World Association of Newspapers & News Publishers. This is a practical guide for both media organisations and media employees to help them to prevent and deal with sexual harassment at work.
CPJ panel explores intersections of gender and media freedom, by Sam Berkhead, International Journalists' Network, May 4, 2016. Women journalists, in particular, are harassed, abused and attacked — both online and physically — as a means of silencing them and discouraging others from covering certain topics.
Welcome to #iamtech. This is a publication for YOU, by Ruth Devanesan, Symantec, April 28, 2016. We want to give a voice to those underrepresented in the tech industry — including minorities, women, LGBT, veterans, disabled and people entering into tech as a second career.
Attacks on the Press: Gender and Media Freedom Worldwide, 2016 Edition, Committee to Protect Journalists, April 2016
The Web we Want, The Guardian, April 2016. How can we end online abuse, and have better conversations on the web?
IFJ report highlights high levels of gender discrimination and violence against women in the media, International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), March 7, 2016
I Analyzed a Year of My Reporting for Gender Bias (Again), by Adrienne LaFrance, The Atlantic, February 17, 2016. In 2013, I found that, over the course of a year, about 25 percent of the people I quoted or mentioned were women. Two years later, a similar analysis yielded discouraging results.
Why is #ICTforWomanity so crucial in combating gender-based violence? The Womanity Foundation, February 29, 2016
Oscars: Examining Gender Bias in the Documentary Categories, by Addie Morfoot, Variety, February 18, 2016
Ashley Judd, Soraya Chemaly Launch WMC Speech Project: Initiative Spotlights The Effects of Toxic Online Harassment on Women, Women's Media Center, February 12, 2016
The YouTube Women: Delivering Hard-Hitting Digital Video Activism, Global Voices, February 10, 2016
Why 2016 will be the best year ever for women on the internet, by Rachel Mercer, Medium
Elephant in the Valley, by Trae Vassallo, Ellen Levy, Michele Madansky, Hillary Mickell, Bennett Porter, Monica Leas, Stanford University, Julie Oberweis, Stanford University, January 2016. Looks at the treatment of women in technology in Silicon Valley
Global Media Monitoring Project 2015, Who Makes the News?, November 2015. GMMP 2015 reveals that the rate of progress towards media gender parity has almost ground to a halt. Worldwide, women make up only 24% of the persons heard, read about or seen in newspaper, television and radio news, exactly the same level found in the 2010 report.
A CEO's guide to gender equality: The case for gender equality is strong. Why is progress so slow?, McKinsey & Company, November 2015 (Includes a video: Geena Davis on gender bias in media)
Women’s Rights Online: Translating Access into Empowerment, World Wide Web Foundation, October 20, 2015. New research by the Web Foundation shows that the dramatic spread of mobile phones is not enough to get women online, or to achieve empowerment of women through technology.
This budding tech partnership aims to impact 1 billion women worldwide, bizwomen, October 7, 2015. Avanade CEO Adam Warby and Aspire Foundation CEO Sam Collins are forming a partnership to close the technology gap for women around the world.
Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls, a World-wide Wake-up Call: A Report by the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development Working Group on Broadband and Gender, 2015
If climate change is a human story, men are telling it. By Jing Guo, The World Bank's People, Spaces, Deliberation, September 3, 2015
Missed Opportunities in Using Tech to Fight Violence Against Women, ICTworks, August 5, 2015
Women are (still) underrepresented in newsrooms. Here are 5 reasons why. By Sara Catania, Poynter, June 9, 2015
Sexism And The Media: As Election Heats Up, Are We Nearer To Tipping Point For Equality? by Tom Watson on Medium, April 28, 2015
Connected W omen | 2015 – Bridging the gender gap: Mobile access and usage in low and middle-income countries, GSMA, April 2015
TrollBusters app takes on those seeking to silence women writers, Committee to Protect Journalists, February 2015
Divided 2015: The Media Gender Gap, Women's Media Center, January 2015
- Online Harassment, Pew Research Center, October 22, 2014
- Women in ICT, European Commission, October 2013
- Global Report on the Status of Women in the News Media, International Women's Media Foundation, September 2013
- Women Make the News: Gender Equality and the Media, Christiane Amanpour of CNN, UNESCO, March 8, 2013
- Women and the Web, Intel, 2012
- Who Makes the News?, Global Media Monitoring Project, January 2010