'States have a responsibility to promote zero tolerance'
Inviting women journalists to answer this survey and also share to fellow women journalists
A call to stop the attacks against media
IAWRT Philippines Chapter shares a statement on the state of press freedom and situation of women journalists 48 years after the declaration of Martial law (that effectively lasted for 14 years) in the country
IAWRT Philippines holds online protest and solidarity gathering for Ph journalists, IAWRT Ph members who were jailed, charged, harassed or missing
The online protest is on Sep 19, 2020 05:00 PM in Manila
Statement and report from the Coalition for Women in Journalism
Shaheena Shaheen Baloch, a journalist with PTV Bolan was brutally murdered in Turbat, Balochistan in Pakistan.
It has been an eventful 60 plus days of lockdown in India - one of the world’s largest democracies.
COVID-19 cases have now reached almost 170000 despite a very strict lockdown.
by Nupur Basu
African Women Journalist Forum gather 300 journalists in Casablanca, Morocco
Strengthening the capacity of African media to cover the subject of climate change
By Nankwanga Eunice Kasirye
IAWRT chapter heads join IAWRT Philippines online protest
The event was organized quickly following arrest of two IAWRT Philippines members on May 1
by Lynda Catindig-Garcia
A short video on tips on how to avoid misinformation during COVID-19 pandemic
IAWRT Philippines chapter head Lynda Garcia shares how we can promote proper information dissemination
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
Situation of female journalists in Uganda during the COVID-19 outbreak
To be a journalist in Uganda is ideally complicated, but to be a female journalist becomes more complicated and worse when you are a female freelance journalist.
by Nankwanga Eunice Kasirye