UNESCO spoke to a special guest from Pakistan, sports broadcaster Fazeela Saba, on her experiences as a woman in a field dominated by men.
We use the occasion of World Radio Day 2018 to look at the inseparable relationship between sports and gender, as well as how improved gender equality in sports broadcasting can lead to greater freedom of expression for all.
UNESCO spoke to Ms. Anjum Chopra on her experiences as a woman broadcaster in India.
His relationship with former South Africa President Nelson Mandela is now part of folklore and was translated into the blockbuster film Invictus.
UNESCO spoke to Mr Gary Moran, a broadcaster with RTE about what contributes to the success of Gaelic Football and how it can be a great example for those who believe in the power of traditional sports.
Women represent just 7% of sportspeople seen, heard or read about in the media. Yet even when women's sports are covered, the differences in quality can be striking.
Erin Hayab's project ‘From Refugee Camp to Rio’ gives rare insights into the daily lives of refugee athletes through images, personal testimonies and in-depth background stories.
Sports commentator and former Australian cricketer Lisa Sthalekar shares her experiences with us for World Radio Day 2018.