World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers


Somalia

Somali media women attending the WAN-IFRA Women in News (WIN) capacity building programme in Nairobi, Kenya have been challenged to learn to tell impactful stories. Winding up the training for the media women, lead trainer, Paula Fray, told the journalists that it was not enough to have more women in senior positions in media houses. The women should begin to explore the potential of telling impactful stories in order to make a difference.

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Hedvig Lundstrom's picture

Hedvig Lundstrom

Date

2017-01-26 10:31

“As Somali women, we face many problems, specifically from our bosses and managers, so this training is very important for us. I hope to return with many benefits and to help my female colleagues – as well as the male colleagues – learn what I have learned.”

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WAN-IFRA

Date

2016-09-19 09:20

Since 1998, our organisation has actively monitored the cases of media employees who pay the ultimate price in their efforts to bring us the news.

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Rodrigo Bonilla's picture

Rodrigo Bonilla

Date

2013-01-30 17:35

Since 1998, our organisation has actively monitored the cases of media employees who pay the ultimate price in their efforts to bring us the news. A way of honouring the courage and determination of men and women who lose their lives while reporting on conflicts, challenging governments or investigating corruption and crime.

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Rodrigo Bonilla

Date

2012-01-12 11:05

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