2016 Edition | Gender and Media Freedom Worldwide
by Joel Simon
Some of the information we need to make sense of a complex world is missing.
by Jineth Bedoya Lima
A Colombian journalist recounts the rape that led to her activism.
by Alessandria Masi
Surprising insights come from engaging the militant group as a single, female, non-Muslim journalist.
by Elisabeth Witchel on May 4, 2016
Female journalists are subject to severe abuse online. Who is behind it?
by Karen Coates
Gender-specific security training is increasingly viewed as essential.
by Jake Naughton
A gay photographer finds that his identity opens doors, even as it could bring danger
by Michelle Ferrier
A personal column leads to death threats, foreshadowing online harassment-and a plan to fight back.
by Erin Banco
Fighters lie to a young female reporter. Women are more open, but only children tell the truth.
by Dunja Mijatović
How policymakers can help reduce gender-based threats.
by Courtney C. Radsch
What should journalists do when they are threatened or attacked online?
by María Salazar-Ferro
Four women campaign for justice in the disappearance, killing, or imprisonment of journalists.
by Kerry Paterson
Journalism is vital to bringing justice to survivors of sexual violence
Women on the Frontlines: Watch a panel discussion about gender-related threats to journalists.
by Arzu Geybullayeva
The case of a prominent investigative reporter in Azerbaijan.
Attacks on the Press is published by Bloomberg Press, and imprint of Wiley.
by Yaqiu Wang
The role of female journalists in China is growing, but women are still discriminated against.
by Preethi Nallu
Female journalists forced to flee Libya cover the country from abroad
by Kathleen Carroll
In the news industry, a leader needs all the tools she can muster.