Thursday, January 10, 2013
The brutal rape of a 23-year-old woman in New Delhi has prompted demonstrations and calls for legal reforms, but not just in India. In the latest Micropolis, Arun Venugopal examines how the uproar is resonating here.
Monday, January 07, 2013
Syria Death Toll Climbs to a Conservative 60,000 | More Journalists Are Being Killed in Action | An Ad Agency Rethinks Publishing | A Teachable Moment in Steubenville, Ohio | "Reportero" Tells the Story of Journalists Who Risk Their Lives in Mexico
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
In the ongoing reporting of the Syrian uprising, there has been little information about the violence committed against women. Using a creative web based tool, our guest hopes to fix that. Lauren Wolfe is the director of Women Under Siege, a Women's Media Center project that has co-created a site to crowd-source data of violence against women. The first of its kind, this live, web-based map gives the world access to information on the violent uprising that has been, until now, impossible to report due to Syria's strictly monitored borders.