Hazel Malapit on the Gender-Climate-Food Security Nexus
The International Food Policy Research Institute researcher tells us about why gender equality matters for food security, the need for collecting the “right data,” and her COP28 expectations.
As Seen in the News: Women & Pop Culture
A look at how much the news covers popular culture, and what place is given to women in these spaces.
Pamela Morinière on the IFJ’s Response to Sexism in Political News
The International Federation of Journalists’ gender expert tells us about the specifics of their new project “Rewriting the story: Gender, media and politics,” what sexist question a famous German politician was asked that shocked her the most, and how she sees the future of gender equality in the news.
Women in Politics: Does the News Perpetuate Misrepresentation?
Since 1995, there has been a growing number of women running for office, getting elected or designated as representatives. Let’s take a look at how the representation of women in politics and in political news evolved over the years.
Health Systems Risk Reaching a Breaking Point: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?
Pre-pandemic, the World Health Organization expected a global shortage of at least 18 million health care workers by 2030. With 70% of the current global workforce made up of women, solving this crisis seems to be very much a gender issue.