This ground-breaking three-year global study on gender-based online
violence against women journalists represents collaborative research
covering 15 countries. It is the most geographically, linguistically, and ethnically
diverse scoping of the crisis conducted up until late 2022. T
This study is an attempt to find out the status of representation among SC, ST, OBC & DNT in different media outlets. The research team has explored the challenges faced by newsrooms, looked for existing best practices that different countries have adopted and also provided suggestions to make newsrooms
This annual survey of over 4,000 young women, over 1,000 young men and over 900 HR decision makers reveals the extent
of the financial difficulties young women are facing in 2022 as they come out of a pandemic and into a cost of living crisis.
The overall conclusion emerging from the India
Discrimination Report 2022 is that while there has been
a decline in discrimination within the labour market in
India over a decadal timeframe, this is characterised by
high gender inequity so much so that the probability of a
woman being employed in decent jobs has no bearing on
Worldwide, more people are on the move now than ever before, yet many refugees and migrants face poorer health outcomes than the host populations. Addressing their health needs is, therefore, a global health priority and integral to the principle of the right to health for all. The key is to strengthen and maintain health systems by ensuring that they are refugee- and migrant-sensitive and inclusive.
Health outcomes are influenced by a whole host of determinants. However, refugees and migrants face additional determinants such as precarious legal status; discrimination; social, cultural, linguistic, administrative and financial barriers; lack of information about health entitlements; low health literacy; and fear of detention and deportation.
This groundbreaking publication outlines current and future opportunities and challenges and provides several strategies to improve the health and well-being of refugees and migrants. It is an advocacy tool for national and international policy-makers involved in health and migration.
Evidence on the health of refugees and migrants remains fragmented – comparable data across countries and over time are urgently needed to track progress towards the health-related United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. With only 8 years until the 2030 target date to transform our world, the time to act is now.