Author: Outsourced Gemnet

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The women you see in the news matter. Here’s why

Today is International Women’s Day – it’s a moment to think about how much better our news diet could be ...

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Why is the media so afraid to talk about sexual harassment?

The eve of International Women’s Day presents an opportunity for us to think about gender equality and the long and ...

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Outsourced Gemnet7 months

WAN-IFRA Women in News names Mary Mbewe  the 2020 Editorial Leadership Award Laureate for Africa

Today, WAN-IFRA Women in News has named Mary Mbewe, the Executive Editor of the Daily Nation in Zambia, as the ...

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Outsourced Gemnet10 months

The massive, hidden cost of women’s unpaid work

For a long time, economists did not recognise unpaid work as work — nor the bias that declared certain tasks ...

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Outsourced Gemnet2 years

Women in politics: Miles to go before parity is achieved

By Zipporah Musau In the fight for gender equality, women around the world have advanced in small and large ways. ...

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Outsourced Gemnet2 years

Citizen TV’s Saida wins bronze for health journalism

Saida Swaleh, an award-winning journalist at Citizen TV, has been feted yet again. She emerged as one of the top ...

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Outsourced Gemnet3 years

A director’s apology adds momentum to South Korea’s #MeToo Movement

SEOUL, South Korea — One of South Korea’s most prominent theater directors apologized on Monday for sexually abusing actresses, part ...

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Outsourced Gemnet4 years

Computer says no?

Will robots and artificial intelligence help us in our daily lives, or steal our jobs and discriminate against us? Manuela ...

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Outsourced Gemnet4 years

Three women, three wives, one true story

A novel, a play and three women on the politics of polygamy, and what can change it. “I will not ...

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Outsourced Gemnet4 years

Money, witchcraft and beer – this is metal from Soweto

They call it black metal. Pounding, grinding and clanging music. On a sweaty night in Pretoria, Africans storm one of ...