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Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project

A case for self-reporting
1 year ago

A case for self-reporting

Mainstream media companies haven’t taken the basic step of crunching the numbers on whom they hire, but plenty of evidence suggests doing so is a healthy first step towards creating a more equitable and representative workplace
J-Source releases Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project report, a snapshot of gender equity issues in media
1 year ago

J-Source releases Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project report, a snapshot of gender equity issues in media

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As the decade came to a close, cisgender women, non-binary and transgender journalists continued to face unequal pay, barriers to career advancement and harassment in the workplace, according to the results of J-Source’s Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project.
Survey: Gender equity issues in Canadian journalism persist at end of decade
1 year ago

Survey: Gender equity issues in Canadian journalism persist at end of decade

It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.  A survey conducted by J-Source shows that 42 per cent of surveyed cisgender women, transgender and non-binary journalists don’t think they are paid…
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