Two brutal conflicts - one in Gaza, another in Ukraine - have claimed tens of thousands of civilian lives, killed scores of journalists and dominated global headlines for months. But what happens when media coverage of armed conflict fails to offer an intentional feminist perspective? How do we ensure women’s voices are heard? And how can we see them not just as victims of war but also as key players in any form of conflict resolution - especially when peace seems so elusive?

Annette Young, the host and creator of The 51 Percent - a global feminist magazine programme celebrating its 10th anniversary this year - brings together female peace activists and correspondents from the Middle East to put gender back on the conflict reporting agenda.