The Association of Prefessional Journalists (AJP) published the first study that examines the diversity and equality in the French-speaking press in Belgium. The study examined 2225 articles of six newspapers over a period of 3 days.

The results of the study show that the media coverage in the french-speaking press in Belgium is largely male-dominated with less than 18% of women present in the press. The coverage of minority groups is scant with an overwhelming majority (83%) of the news focusing on "white people". The study also shows that disabled people are often ignored by the press; among the 2225 news articles, only 32 diabled people (representing 0.33% of news coverage) were mentioned in the news.

For more diversity news in Belgium, please visit the AJP website HERE.