The IAWRT Newsletter was the main communication organ for IAWRT for many decades. It shared information about conferences and various projects, along with news focusing on women and gender issues of importance to females in media around the world. Editions going back to 2010 may be found here.
The IAWRT website continues this role. We still seek your submissions to assist us to inform our membership about the activities of chapters and individual members around the world. Please submit your stories or ideas; reports on training or festivals, landmark media cases, or information on challenges or positive changes for female media workers, to the editor, firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact email@example.com or any board member. We also encourage members to communicate through our members Facebook account and other social media.
Voices/Pictures is the story of how women began to speak in the broadcasting history. When the Dutch radio journalist and economist Lilianvander Goot in the aftermath o fWorld War II brought together colleagues from countries that had been fierce enemies, allies or neutral, she was convinced that a woman’s voice can serve mutual understanding. The International Association of Women in Radio and Television has grown from these roots into a world wide network with over 300 members in over 50 countries. This book tells the story of sixty years of foresight, struggles and achievements.