workplace strategies on harassment; women voices; digital & physical safety
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.
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
Veteran IAWRT Chapter India member Dr. Padmaja Shaw, has instituted a fellowship in IAWRT India.
The IAWRT-Shaw Memorial Fellowship is in memory of her late husband Rajendra Shaw.
In Australia, there are calls for a united industry approach by media organisations to combat the prevalence of online harassment and abuse of women media workers.
Two organisations, a journalists union and a women's equity grouping have produced a report addressing online abuse of women journalists, which identifies the responsibility of media organisations for the online safety of in-house and freelance journalists.
Four IAWRT members have accepted an invitation to participate in a conference focusing on gender in media education in Jakarta.
The gathering is being organized jointly by the Journalism and Media International Center (JMIC),
The Journalism and Media International Center (JMIC) in Norway, is funding an Arabic Translation on IAWRT's safety handbook for women.
JMIC is a part of the Department of Journalism studies at the Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) in Norway, and the translation is part of a pilot project to include IAWRT in some JMIC activities.
This official Arabic translation is due to be published by the end of 2019. This program is financed by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign affairs and restricted to partner countries in the global south.