By Nankwanga Eunice Kasirye
Media and women are being targeted in the midst of a governmet crackdown on mass demonstrations.
Our Iraq Kurdistan chapter reports that the targeting is happeneing as thousands of Iraqis demonstrate against government corruption, failing state services and a lack of job opportunities.
IAWRT condemns all attacks on journalists and media workers
IAWRT joins the annual observance of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists on November 2.
The grey and black shades of a turbid political history in Pakistan is reflected in the ups and downs of legislative reform.
The half of the population that has been most impacted by this, is Pakistan's women.
By Qudsia Mahtab Mehmood
A 6-Month intensive nationwide media campaign has been launched in Cameroon.
The #1Woman1vote campaign by Cameroon media women seeks to highlight the work of current female politicians and to facilitate media coverage for women running in next year’s local and legislative elections
From Patience Wirngo & Becky Bissong
Three women journalists are the 2019 recipients of the Reporters San Frontières Press Freedom Awards (RSF - Reporters without Borders).
Saudi journalist Eman al Nafjan, Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang and Maltese journalist Caroline Muscat, were awarded the prizes at a ceremony in Berlin, Germany. From Aber Saady and RSF.
Media experts from Canada, the Philippines and USA states - California, New Jersey, New York and Texas, presented methods for how to create and run a community radio station during a panel discussion and workshop at the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference on Monday, August 26 2019 at Salt Lake City.
by Nancy Cohen
"... Governments and technology companies alike are struggling to prevent and respond to orchestrated online hate"
Hate speech is a key element in many attacks on the media and individual journalists, so the responsibility of journalists to protect society from hate speech is also an aspect of protecting their own safety.
Links to two resources are here: the journalist's hate speech test and the UN plan of action.
She has rounded up her last lot of figures, put them to bed and retired.
By Kristine Ramm
Solveig Helvik spent 8 years producing accounts, for IAWRT- Norway and for IAWRT- International after a long career in broadcasting.
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.