E-Learning Course: Reflect Reality – Amplifying Women’s Voices in News 

According to the Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) 2020 report, women are only about 25% of the subjects and sources of news around the world. Less than 1% of news relates to gender inequality or to issues that primarily affect women’s and girls’ lives, including pressing health and safety concerns. As a result, the vast majority of stories out in the world heavily express men’s perspectives, priorities, and achievements. Audiences are also denied a richer understanding of the world, and gender inequality becomes even harder to overcome. 

This year, Reflect Reality launched an e-course for journalists, media producers and content creators globally to learn best practices to increase women sources in the news media.

To access the course, create an account on the Internews Studio.  Then use this link to launch the course or find it in the course Catalog on the Internews Studio.