The Antwork venue in Hamra is a space that seeks to foster collaboration among entrepreneurs. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Female parliamentary candidates were severely underrepresented by the media during the 2018 election compared with male candidates, according to a study by the Maharat Foundation.Maharat revealed large discrepancies between the amount of media coverage of female and male parliamentary candidates after monitoring six newspapers and eight television stations, as well as the Facebook and Twitter accounts of candidates of both genders, during the two months leading up to the May 6 election.
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