Women in media are hard to find

In Italy, only the 19% of people consulted as experts in newspapers and TV news are women.

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Media says that female experts are hard to find — we can help you. We created a curated database with rigorous criterias.

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If what we see and read and hear are men’s voices, men’s perspectives, men’s news, women continue to be framed as passive observers rather than active citizens.

—Karen Ross, Professor of Gender and Media at Newcastle University

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I still see horizons where you draw borders.


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