Promoting a New Generation of Female Media Leaders
By Maryam Bahar Sadat
A ceremony held in Kabul has marked the completion of IAWRT Afghanistan's (AWRT-K) seven-month project to enhance the skills and influence of women journalists
IAWRT 2019 documentary honoured at South Asian Short Film Festival.
The fesitval is run by the Federation of Film Societies of India in Kolkata, and IAWRT's 2019 film won the P K Nair Critics’ Award for the best documentary.
Her Africa! Film Screenings:
From South Africa our chapter is building a “movement dedicated to the promotion and celebration of African Women Filmmakers and building a cultural institution that will empower her to position herself most powerfully” through HER Africa monthly film screenings in Johannesburg.
Ugandan journalists are supported to re-evaluate their potentials and weakness, identify opportunities and become gender ambassadors
By Nankwanga Eunice Kasirye
The media statistics about women in terms of representation and relevance in Ugandan media are pathetic.
Showcasing 50 films directed by Asian women filmmakers
The 15th edition of the IAWRT Asian Women's Festival was held in partnership with the India International Centre (IIC)-New Delhi from 4 to 7 March, 2019.
Young journalists trained to represent female colleagues
Women journalists from across Afghanistan have been introduced to gender studies on Afghan women journalists and some have received internships with practical training in representing females within the journalists’ union.
by Maryam Bahar Sadat
Female Factor: Women and Workplace Sovereignty
The South African Chapter's focus with the Gender Mainstreaming Project has always been to simplify things: To make it all about what the everyday woman working in media can grasp and apply in their day to day roles.
It is with deep regret that the India Chapter of IAWRT announces the passing away of Renuka Sharma.
One of the founder members of the IAWRT Chapter India. Renuka was the former Secretary and Treasurer and a close associate of the chapter's founder, the late Jai Chandiram. Renuka died on November 27
Making women safe to do the best stories covering gender-based violence - Norway.
Examining the extent and scope of sexual harassment in Cameroonian newsrooms
Strategies for achieving gender equality in Iraq-Kurdistan media organizations
Digital safety of journalists in Kenya
Workplace strategies for women in South African film
#Metoo Nepal for media students & improving women's representation on media
Uganda creating a pool of Gender Mainstreaming Ambassadors.
Sexual harassment prevention in the Indian film industry
“Ampatuan massacre ninth commemoration has become excruciating”
58 people, 32 of whom were journalists, were killed nine years ago and the Director of the National Union of Journalists - Philippines and IAWRT Philippines member Kath Cortez has lamented the lack of justice over the murders.