What Place for Women-Led Journalism in Afghanistan? A Conversation With Zahra Nader
The editor-in-chief of independent Afghan news outlet Zan Times tells us about how the project started in 2022 and how it operates today, with women journalists reporting on the field, under the Taliban rule.
2022: A Turning Point for Women in the News?
Afghan reporters Mariya Shahsawar and Haanya Malik, US-based editor Francesca Donner, and French gender expert on media and head of Communications at the International Federation of Journalists Pamela Morinière reflect on the past year and what it means for the future of journalism.
Women & Peace : Four Reports for Inspiration
Want to dig deeper for good data and stories? Here’s a selection of three general reports that will get you started, as well as one exploring how gender and peace also intersect with the climate crisis.
Annette Young on Gender Reporting and How War Coverage Has Evolved
She is a news anchor at France 24 and the host and creator of “The 51 Percent”. In a new episode of “Peer-to-Peer”, Annette Young shares her views on women’s representation in conflict-related stories.
Women & Peace: Four Interesting Angles as Seen in the News
A selection of articles looking at conflicts and peace through a gender lens.