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The intentional murder of women simply because they are women is known as femicide.

Journalists investigating this subject might find data hard to come by, or unsure of how accurate the data is because not all governments report these crimes. Not only that, but who do you speak to for these stories?

Nikolia Apostolou, resource center director for the Global Investigative Journalism Centre provides a guide to making sense of this topic.

It also helps you pinpoint the right data and experts for your story, the risk factors involved, case studies, and even how to look after your own mental health in the process.

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