Figures and analysis on gender-based violence against women journalists in Morocco
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Publication date: 25/12/2021
Khalid Bencherif is a freelance award-winning journalist from Morocco, specializing in covering environmental, political, and social issues in North Africa and the Middle East.
It’s an investigative report that introduces a comprehensive analysis of gender-based violence against women journalists in Morocco, addressing their forms, origins and solutions.
The data I have collected through my investigative reporting is the most recent on this topic gender-based violence against women journalists in Morocco.
Although the report was published only a few days ago, many televisions extracted data from my work to present reportage on the subject, including ALHURA TV: https://fb.watch/acvhR9yICM/
I borrowed social research methods, such as survey forms and qualitative interviews, to complete my investigative report about gender-based violence against women journalists in Morocco
What was the hardest part of this project?
The hardest part of this project is gathering recent Data about gender-based violence against women journalists in Morocco, which is very rare in this spot.
I think that journalists should not be like the postman, but rather go a step further and collect and build the data themselves, using research methods. This is what I tried to do in my story.
What can others learn from this project?
They could use research methods to build their stories. For instance, I have used surveys to collect data, and presented the data in visual form.