Half the story is never enough : threats facing women journalists.: K34-13/2020E-PDF

"This research paper, by a Canadian journalist running media development initiatives at home in Canada as well as across Africa and the Middle East, focuses on challenges that female journalists face as they work to advance their careers, and the ways in which women journalists themselves, newsroom managers, male allies, and actors in the international community can help to mitigate these challenges"--Executive Summary, Half the story is never enough: threats facing women journalists worldwide and what to do about them, page 2.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canadian Commission for UNESCO, issuing body.
Journalists for Human Rights (Association), issuing body.
Title Half the story is never enough : threats facing women journalists.
Variant title Threats facing women journalists
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: La moitié de l'histoire ne suffit jamais : les menaces auxquels sont confrontées des femmes journalistes.
Includes bibliographical references.
Half the story is never enough: threats facing women journalists worldwide and what to do about them / Rachel Pulfer -- Silent no more: what Indigenous women journalists in Canada face, and what can be done to help them / Karyn Pugliese -- Stigma and stereotypes prevent women from succeeding as journalists in the African Great Lakes Region / Sandra Safi Bashengezi -- Entering the domain of men: women journalists covering conflict in Syria / Nisreen Anabli -- Acknowledgements.
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Canadian Commission for UNESCO ; [Toronto] : Journalists for Human Rights, [2020]
Description 1 online resource (32 pages) : colour photographs
ISBN 9780660366562
Catalogue number
  • K34-13/2020E-PDF
Subject terms Women in journalism.
Sex discrimination against women.
Racism.
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