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WACC carries out its third Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP). The study shows that news paints a picture of a world in which women are virtually invisible. Women are dramatically under-represented in the news and only 21% of news subjects – the people who are interviewed, or whom the news is about – are female. Women’s points of view are rarely heard in the topics that dominate the news agenda.

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