Gender equality in Irish media

Women are out quoted by men by a factor of three to one

8th June, 2018
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In a country where none of the editors of national newspapers are women, Irish media should be paying close attention to what Francesca Donner has to say.

Donner is director of the gender initiative at The New York Times, which was launched, by coincidence, around the same time that the newspaper broke the Harvey Weinstein story. The gender initiative focuses on closing the gender gap at the newspaper. It was set up to recognise gender...

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