Based on a global survey of 901 journalists from 125 countries, this new UNESCO study found 73% identifying as women said they had experienced online violence. Black, Indigenous, Jewish, Arab and lesbian women journalists participating in the survey and interviews said they experienced both the highest rates and the most severe impacts of online violence.
A report launched by the OECD this week Data based on the cross-national PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) surveys. Are students taught reading strategies for assessing the credibility of sources? Is socio-economic status significant?
The Ivy Plus web archive is creating a record of the evolution of Covid-19’s social impact since March 2020 by preserving snapshots of key websites from areas of the global south these include: Sites published by NGOs that focus on public health, humanitarian relief, education, etc. Sites published by artists. local regional language news sources. Blogs and […]
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Free access to an archive of millions of photos taken as far back as 1878. Some original black and white have been recoloured. The site is maintained by the owners of newspapers the Mirror and Express and it can be searched by time, date and location. Photos can also be shared. Free registration required. Check […]
GEM, a research project led by the University of Gothenberg, has culminated in an open-access book: Comparing Gender and Media Across the Globe: A cross-national study of the qualities, causes and consequences of gender equality in and through the news media.It covers the nature, causes and consequences of gender inequality. It also provides free access to several […]
William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History Free access to the full text of the Detroit Jewish News 1942 – 2018 and the Detroit Jewish Chronicle 1916 – 1951. It also includes biographies of leading community figures offering insight into Jewish life and culture in a major US urban area, as well as a document of key […]
A resource created to commemorate the centenary of this key magazine which is crucial for understanding the development of feminism and women’s rights in the UK. It is directed by Catherine Clay Associate Professor in Feminist and Literary Studies at Nottingham Trent University. Time and Tide was launched in May 1920 and was unique in being […]
What impact has COVID 19 had on news consumption? How popular are podcasts? And many more fascinating facts on the amount and type of news consumption worldwide. Get international and country-by-country reports in the latest annual report which also has associated data tables that can be downloaded. The full methodology can be consulted on the website.
A useful guide from WAN-IFRA and Women in the news It aims to educate news rooms on gender stereotypes in the media and how to avoid them.
Uncensored Library by Reporters without Frontiers A minecraft game created by RSF which is filled with articles and websites which are censored in their countries of origin. It aims to expose the nature of censorship to teenage game players. The site also has a 360 video of the design of the library. Players can get started from […]