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Women journalists who ethically cover stories about gender-based violence  are “human rights defenders in their own right,” and they often face challenges, including misogynistic attacks online and offline, as a result of their work, says Sarah Macharia, Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) coordinator and WACC...

This issue of Media Development is not the first in which the journal has turned its attention to the Caribbean. In 1998, with contributions by communication stalwarts such as Aggrey Brown, Lawrence D. Carrington, and Patrick A.B. Anthony, we published “Communication Issues in the Caribbean”....