IAWRT joins organizations supporting this call to action
Global Forum for Media Development and other groups launch appeal on World Press Freedom Day.
IAWRT Vice President Abeer Saady shares her time and expertise
Abeer shared her expertise and insights to help journalists cover the pandemic safely and ethically.
by Lady Ann Salem
ABS-CBN last went off air when martial law was declared in 1972
This is the first time a network was forced to go off air since nationwide martial law was imposed in 1972.
by Agatha Hazel Rabino
Forum with Syrian and Kurdish journalists
Forum on “Media and civil society institutions in the time of Corona. Freedom versus responsibility. Are we ready?”.
by Binay Shorsh
Radio Mewat is a community radio in the most backward district in India.
Mewat has one of the lowest media penetration in the country, but a high mobile phone penetration, which also doubles up as a potent radio listening-tool.
by Archana Kapoor
Women refugees: leaders and resilient problem solvers, not victims
IAWRT's Displacement and Resilience documentary, is now being screened, stimulating discussion on refugees and the IAWRT global film making model which facilitates local control over the telling of stories.
Mexican communications researcher, Aimée Vega Montiel is the new chair of the steering committee of the Global Alliance on Media and Gender.
She was elected at GAMAG's Second General Assembly, held in Madrid, Spain.
Josephine Mirembe Nkuubi from the IAWRT- Kenya has stepped up to the challenge of portraying the ability of people with disability.
Her short film, Sign My Order, is a finalist in the Focus On Ability Short Film Festival awards based in Australia.
26 - 28 August 2019 ♦ Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. – formerly known as the United Nations Department of Public Information / Non-Governmental Organizations Conference – The conference is the organization’s premier event for civil society.
'Hate speech may have gained a foothold, but it is now on notice ...
and we will never stop confronting it," promised United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres.
He was speaking at the launch of the UN Strategy and Plan of Action on Hate Speech in June.
The first legally binding global convention to addresses gender-based violence and harassment in the world of work has been adopted by the International Labour Organisation.
By Maryam Bahar Sadat
A ceremony held in Kabul has marked the completion of IAWRT Afghanistan's (AWRT-K) seven-month project to enhance the skills and influence of women journalists