The panellists will discuss journalists’ influence over the way gender-based violence is understood across society
With the event aimed at anyone working in journalism, advocates for domestic abuse survivors or those interested in improving the way survivors’ stories are reported in the media and public discourse, the panel will discuss how to produce stories that hold power to account and improve public understanding of domestic abuse.
Hosting the panel will be Women in Journalism’s chair, Alison Phillips. She will be joined by AVA director Donna Covey, domestic abuse commissioner Nicole Jacobs, BBC gender and identity correspondent Megha Mohan, investigations editor of the Sunday Mirror Geraldine McKelvie, author and domestic abuse survivor Luke Hart and Level Up co-director and author of the Dignity for Dead Women media guidelines Janey Starling.
Register for the webinar taking place at 2pm on Thursday 25 November here.