You can’t be what you can’t see.
Women’s voices are underrepresented in the media – especially on the issues that matter. And we know that lack of media coverage perpetuates women’s inequality. We work to ensure that the perspectives of women from all backgrounds are heard on the news, in our newspapers and across our TV/phone screens. Because without these viewpoints, we not only reinforce stereotypes but also deprive our public conversations of diversity of thought.

Our 2021 Women for Media Report found that women reported more on health (53%) and entertainment (44%), while men dominated politics (65%) and sports (87%). In opinion pieces, men authored 65%.