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2021

Scheduled for the previous year but delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the sixth Global Media Monitoring Project (2020) takes place. It reveals quantitative gains, but qualitative losses. “All things remaining equal, it will take at least 67 more years to close the average gender equality gap in traditional news media worldwide.” Undaunted, women’s rights organizations worldwide set out to create news coverage that is more gender-equal.

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