We asked members to communicate about a crucial issue in their region and what women in media can do.
Neeta Shapkota writes: the murder of a girl child goes viral in Nepal, but it does not result in justice.
This story of one women shows how Ugandan women's subservient status in intimate relationships creates a barrier to protecting them from domestic violence, and from being isolated if they become infected with HIV/AIDS.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has registerered more than 60 cases of rights abuses against women journalists reporting about women's rights in more than 20 countries
Ilang Ilang Quijano
The Festival provides women of Asian origin with a platform to display their creativity in different genres. 72 films from 19 countries were screened.
A major form of infotainment raising issues of social stigma
“Radio is nostalgia”, said Ms. Basudha Banerji, Programme Executive, AIR (All India Radio) at the Radio Festival to celebrate World Radio Day 2018 at UNESCO house, New Delhi.
Under the hashtag #TheTotalShutdown, women across South African cities protested and called for real action to bring an end to high levels of violence and femicide.
by Sara Chitambo with photos by Nicky Newman
Our Organisation Part of Ground-breaking Feminist Theory.
Three hundred years of feminist theory and activism has been drawn together by a US based academic analysing the documentation of women’s organisations, and IAWRT is a part of this history.
IAWRT will launch its latest publication, the Philippine Community Radio Experience, and feature the first showing of IAWRT's latest global documentary. Displacement & Resilience: women live for a new day.
By Florence Nakawungu
IAWRT, India Chapter is has two exiting opportunites for members:The Directorship of the prestigious Asian Women's Film Festival, or a scholarship to support a media or research project.