Nearly 65 per cent of women journalists in the world have experienced some form of intimidation, threats, or abuse in relation to their work.
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JOHN’S, N.L. — A Newfoundland politician is hoping to change provincial harassment laws following the acquittal of a man who hurled sexual obscenities at a female TV reporter in St.… Continue Reading Laws must change, politician says after N.L. man acquitted of FHITP slur
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By Michael Ott
“We couldn’t find any expert women,” cannot be an excuse.
That’s the mantra of a new… Continue Reading New database seeks to amplify women’s voices in the news media
By Kathy English for the Toronto Star
What if all the women who have faced bullying and harassment in online spaces stood together and decided we will not take it… Continue Reading Toronto Star Public Editor: We need to stand together to fight ugly online abuse
Women get a raw deal out of proposed Chronicle Herald collective agreement
Continue Reading Links between freelancing and gender inequality highlighted by Chronicle Herald labour dispute