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 future direction of IAWRT for 2018 and 9 will be workshopped
at the upcoming Biennial, being held in the Philippines' Quezon city in Metro Manila. On November 11, the members meeting will be discussing the latest evaluation commissioned by IAWRT's main funder, FOKUS in Norway.
Ongoing Man-Made Crisis. By Marvie Matura
A special narrowcast episode of the Radyo Tacloban Project in Cebu City has discussed the situation of Muslims and indigenous people in Mindanao
by Geeta Sahai
The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) in collaboration with IAWRT Philippines is organising its 37th Biennial Conference. It is to be held in Quezon City, The Philippines, from 9-11 November 2017.
The IAWRT President Gunilla Ivarsson has announced an extended deadline to appy for a 2017 IAWRT /FOKUS Scholarship for Studies.
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.
In August 2000, Violet Gonda left her home country to study for an MA in International Journalism in London. She expected it would be for one year. However, she was to spend the next 17 years in exile as a result of being banned from returning to Zimbabwe by President Robert Mugabe’s regime.
But she found that her media work in exile meant that she was not a stranger to many Zimbabweans.
In celebration of International Women's Day, the International Association of Women in Radio and Television - Philippines chapter will hold a forum that aims to promote a discussion between students and professional women in media.