Speaking Events & Media
Appearances at events, on TV and in online interviews, podcasts & series.
Data Stories: Leaders at Work - Luba Kassova. Evoking empathy and compassion through the power of stories
11 November, 2021
07 October, 2020
A session dedicated to Luba Kassova's "The Missing Perspectives of Women in COVID-19 news", where she outlines how women are overlooked in coronavirus news stories and what to do about it.
15 December, 2020
In this TED talk, Luba Kassova explores to what extent the voices of women in six countries across the world - Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, India, the UK, and the US - find expression in the news on important matters, including how COVID-19 impacts their lives.
24 September, 2020
A Guardian article including an interview with Luba, which focuses on Luba's "The Missing Perspectives of Women in COVID-19 News" publication.
02 December, 2020
Susan Byrnes, Chief Communications Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation interviews Luba about her work on women's representation and portrayal in the news.
Speakers in Women’s Commission explore role of gender-sensitive COVID-19 response plans in creating more resilient, inclusive communities
10 July, 2021
Luba Kassova presents at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, where she argues that women's representation in news media must improve in the future.
04 October, 2020
Bulgaria's bTV correspondent in London Vasil Hristov interviews Luba on Bulgaria's most watched current affairs programme "120 minutes" about the impact of the pandemic on women and their representation in news media.
04 December, 2020
An article including an interview with Luba which focuses on Luba's "The Missing Perspectives of Women in News" publication.
17 July, 2021
Luba was a panellist in this episode called "Rage Against The Machine - Enough is Enough PART 2!!! - exploring equality, racism & climate change. "What can we learn from the new generation of activism that is trying to cut through the void/noise? As millions have taken to the streets and social media to share their anger, frustrations and hopes for change, we ask what’s really going on?...And how can we learn and build in to make it better beyond."
17 July, 2021
In this live face-to-face podcast episode, Sarah Burbedge and Oliver Matthews speak with Luba Kassova and Richard Addy.They share their joint journey through the pandemic as a biracial couple and parents in a multiracial and multicultural household, starting out on their journey as gender and race equality campaigners.