Image caption: Isabelle Ulfsdotter and Áine Kelly-Costello presenting at Gothenburg University. Photo/Patrick Jowett By Áine Kelly-Costello One night in Hamburg As I clambered up the wobbly boat stairs, across a connecting bridge and down similar, steep steps, a blurry montage of words followed me: hierarchy, subaltern, inclusion, power, “leave no one behind”… *** My friend […]
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Our colleagues around the globe – from Brazil to Zimbabwe, Tajikistan to the Philippines, and China to the U.S. – contributed stories that are surprising, funny and sometimes infuriating, directly addressing the challenges to making journalism more diverse.
By Tabea Grzeszyk Contributing an article to the online dossier “In conflict: the media and the AfD,” published by the German journalism union dju at ver.di, I was recently looking at the implications of reporting on right-wing populist parties such as the German “Alternative für Deutschland” (AfD). However, covering populism is only part of a […]
Last week in Berlin, Unbias the News authors Wafaa Albadry, Qian Sun and Asma Abidi read from their chapters of the book and had an intimate conversation about diversity in the German media. The event took place at be’kesh, Berlin’s first “anti-café,” a warmly decorated event and co-working space in Wedding that hosts cultural, social […]