Informative and Sobering
We asked members to communicate about a crucial issue in their region and what women in media can do.
Patience Wirngo from Cameroon writes: Parents can Deter their Children from Falling Prey to Human Trafficking
The IAWRT President Gunilla Ivarsson has announced an extended deadline to appy for a 2017 IAWRT /FOKUS Scholarship for Studies.
Documentary wins its first award at the Kashmir World Film Festival.
The IAWRT's 2017 documentary, Velvet Revolution, has been selected as best film in the Feature Length Documentary section.
This is a central theme running through a selection of films made by women from The Philippines, which will be showcased in screenings at India's Mumbai International Festival for Documentary, Short & Animation Films (MIFF) in late January.
The selection has been jointly curated by IAWRT members Ilang Ilang Quijano (Manila) and Reena Mohan (New Delhi) and includes classics such as Tondo, Beloved: To What are the Poor Born? (2011), Jazz in Love (2013) and Nick and Chai (2014).
By Sarah Nakibuuka Bakehena
The IAWRT Uganda Chapter held a ‘Safety Training Workshop on safety measures and protection for female journalists