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The Day I Couldn't Urinate: Reporting Sanitation Issues In India

It's well known by now: a majority of Indians do not have a toilet. They urinate and defecate in the open. They include men, women, children and adolescent girls. It’s a shame. … Read More»

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Recognizing brave female journalists

When it comes to supporting women in journalism, one organization is making an impact by calling attention to women who go above and beyond especially under difficult circumstances or in dangerous sit … Read More»

Jasmine Linabary's picture

Where are the women?

Let's start with some facts: … Read More»

Xthina-Avila's picture

News with gender perspective "A little but big difference in journalism"

Well, finally Peace Correspondent website its “on air”… that’s why I have been absent from Pulse Wire for a while … for those of you that speak Spanish, you can now read the Walesa’s interview (www.co … Read More»

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