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Professional disparity: Women journalists face limitation in assignments | The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: Globally, the #HearMetoo campaign is unearthing powerful stories of resilience and shedding light on gender-based violence issues. The Pakistan Chapter of The Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) - an international support organisation for women journalists with chapters in several countries - organised a roundtable discussion under the same banner to discuss equal assignments for women journalists, and the opportunities and challenges that are a part of the picture.

CFWIJ condemns series of attacks on female journalists in Pakistan

by Press Release , (Last Updated June 22, 2018) The Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) strongly condemns the break-in and ransacking of the home of journalist and human rights activist Marvi Sirmed in Islamabad. Sirmed and her family returned home Thursday night to find all content in her house disrupted.

#HearMeToo campaign: CFWIJ calls for equal role of women in journalism - Daily Times

The Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) organized a roundtable that brought together journalists and stakeholders from the media industry. The session was aligned with the global #HearMeToo campaign that addresses the issues women face around the world. Stakeholders and journalists came together at Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) Islamabad to talk about challenges ...

CFWIJ condemns Susan Abulhawa detainment and deportation. Here's why - Daily Times

New York: The Coalition For Women In Journalism strongly condemns the detainment and deportation of Susan Abulhawa. The Palestinian-American writer was detained at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport and later ordered deported back to America where she resides, after appealing the order through her lawyer. Abulhawa was traveling to attend the Kalimat Palestinian Literature Festival, which ...

CFWIJ condemns series of attacks on female journalists in Pakistan

by Press Release , (Last Updated June 22, 2018) The Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) strongly condemns the break-in and ransacking of the home of journalist and human rights activist Marvi Sirmed in Islamabad. Sirmed and her family returned home Thursday night to find all content in her house disrupted.

Female journalists' coalition condemns 'attacks' on Maria Ressa

by News Desk , (Last Updated February 20, 2019) On February 13, 2019, Maria Ressa was taken into custody for cyber libel. This is not the first time that Ressa - and her digital publication Rappler - have come under fire during Philippine President Duterte's reign.

Professional disparity: Women journalists face limitation in assignments | The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD: Globally, the #HearMetoo campaign is unearthing powerful stories of resilience and shedding light on gender-based violence issues. The Pakistan Chapter of The Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) - an international support organisation for women journalists with chapters in several countries - organised a roundtable discussion under the same banner to discuss equal assignments for women journalists, and the opportunities and challenges that are a part of the picture.