Athletes have been given more freedom to express themselves at the Tokyo Olympics. But how far have we really come in the fight for racial justice in sport?
Organizers hope the Tokyo Games will be the 'first gender-balanced Olympic Games in history', but barriers remain, particularly for mothers.
The Tokyo Olympics begins later this month. In a time overshadowed by a pandemic and political division, does sport have the power to unify the world?
After England lost in the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, online abuse was targeted at three Black players. Here's how to combat racial abuse online.
More than 30 new sports have been added since the start of the modern Olympics. This year’s Tokyo Games will debut skateboarding, climbing and surfing.
Only a few African migrant football players remain in the game in coaching or administrative positions in European football after their careers finish.
The crisis has raised a number of fundamental questions concerning football's organisation, governance and the viability of clubs’ business models.
In an Instagram video post, Las Vegas Raiders player, Carl Nassib announced that he is gay, making him the first ever active NFL player to come out.
There are fundamental deficiencies in the current digital media ecosystem, particularly online safety. We reveal the key issues and how to solve them.
Laurel Hubbard will be the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics and was selected by New Zealand for the super-heavyweight 87kg category.
New forms of harm require new forms of redress. We need cohesive, systemic mechanisms that consider the rights and duties of actors in the data ecosystem.
Sales from social commerce in China are projected to reach $363 billion in 2021. What are the global implications for a post-pandemic creative economy?
NBCUniversal will not air the 2022 Golden Globes after a diversity and ethics scandal. Here's how to increase diversity in the media and entertainment industry.
In a single decade, the way we consume media has changed dramatically.
This chart shows the preference for printed and e-books globally, with e-books being most popular in China. More than half of Germans bought a printed book in 2020.