From bureaus and Baghdad, Kabul and Pyongyang to editing suites in major capitals, more women than ever are shaping the news we receive from the rest of the world.

What's changed as women take up traditionally "coveted" places as reporters, producers, and photographers, on the front lines and in major cities around the world? What — we'll just say it — has gotten better? And how are women and their allies tackling the challenges that remain?

Organised in association with the International Women's Media Foundation.