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You Have to Be a Superwoman: Experiences and Issues Facing Female Investigative Journalists

23 Feb 2023
Ilustracija: Ruben Cruces
Investigative journalists are engaged in uncovering important facts that someone wants to cover up, often pitting them against the will of powerful social groups, which is why investigative journalism is the riskiest form of journalism.

In traditional societies, such as Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, the prejudices faced by female investigative journalists make their work even more complicated and dangerous. Click here to read about the (self-)perception of the position of female investigative journalists in these three countries.

This project is supported by the Embassy of Canada through Canada Fund for Local Initiatives. The views, findings, and conclusions or recommendations resulting from this project do not necessarily reflect those of funding partners or their respective governments.


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