Gender Journalist security

The launch of the Arabic edition of the Safety Handbook for Women Journalists

picture of the new IAWRT guidebook 

The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT), in cooperation with Journalism & Media International Center (JMIC) at OsloMet, has launched an updated Arabic-language edition of the Safety handbook for Women Journalists, that was produced with the support of UNESCO, entitled “What if”.

Investigative journalism

Access to information against corruption

portrait of Bidhya Rai sitting om a brown couch sitting on here phone
Bidhya Rai is young, but already known in Nepalese journalism.

Bidhya Rai (24) made headlines when her story on corruption in the western part of Nepal was published in the local daily Kantipur towards the end of last year.

Press freedom

Rewarding training of trainees on a pedagogical tool

With certificates on the last day of the workshop for journalism teachers on press freedom. From left: Rafia Somai, Elsebeth Frey, Hanen Melliti, Semichi Widad, Chahira Ben Abdallah, Faysal Souissi, Abdallah Draa and LotfiAli-Guechi. Photo: Private.

Last week Elsebeth Frey (JMIC and OsloMet) did a workshop in Tunis, a training of trainees regarding press freedom and a pedagogical tool called the Rig on press freedom.