International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) presented the bookTransnational Othering – Global Diversities, Media, Extremism and Free Expression during the conference Women journalists fight back! in Manila in the Philippines 7 November.
I am Syed Muhammad Saqib, a PhD scholar at the Institute of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Pakistan and Assistant Professor at Department of Mass Communications, Forman Christian College Lahore.
Charlotte Kawesa Ntulume from Uganda received her Ph.d. at the University of Oslo (Department of Media and Communication) 1 November.
Hundreds of people came for the the opening of the seminar Strengthening investigative journalism in Pakistan at the University of the Punjab in Lahore 14 October.
UNESCOs new report Intensified Attacks, New Defences Developments in the Fight to Protect Journalists and End Impunity was presented at Oslo last week under the headline #KeepTruthAlive
The anthology “Transnational Othering – Global Diversities” was launched for the third time at OsloMet, during the 5th journalist safety conference organized by the MEKK research group in co-operation with UNESCO, Free Expression Foundation, JMIC and the Digital media research group.
At the launch, several chapter contributors as well as two of the three editors participated, and made short presentations of their own work.
“Transnational Othering – Global Diversities” was launched in Kabul 4th November, hosted by Nai Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan.