A collection of articles by the Committee to Protect Journalists on violence against women journalists and media workers. They are also available as a collected print edition.
This report is based on the findings of a global survey on harassment and violence against female media workers, which was launched in August 2013 and completed by almost 1,000 women from around the world. Nearly two-thirds of survey respondents
This report provides a clear examination into the professional dangers of being a female journalist in the news media today. Against a global backdrop that has changed significantly in the past five years both politically and digitally, this report provides
The UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity aims to create a free and safe environment for journalists and media workers, both in conflict and non-conflict situations, with a view to strengthening peace,
In its resolution 70/162 on the safety of journalists and the issue of impunity, the General Assembly requested the Secretary-General to prepare a report to be presented at its seventy-second session and to the Human Rights Council at its thirty-seventh
In the present report, prepared in accordance with Human Rights Council resolution 33/2, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights provides an overview of available mechanisms concerned with ensuring the safety of journalists, including existing international and regional prevention,
This report is submitted to the Intergovernmental Council of the International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) in line with the Decision on the Safety of Journalists and the issue of Impunity adopted by the Council at its 26th
Edited by Diane Elson and Anuradha Seth What does a gender-equitable inclusive growth process entail? What kinds of macro-level and labour market policies improve the distributional bias of growth and promote gender equality? These are the motivating questions of this
Published in New Frontiers in Feminist Political Economy, CWGL Faculty Director Radhika Balakrishnan and Sonja Thomas outline a human rights approach to social protection from a feminist economic perspective.
This report provides a factual foundation for understanding the distinct nature of the right to sanitation and denigration of human dignity related to its violation by describing contexts in which women, men, and children struggle to realize their right to