Women Make the News 2005
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- AmmanNet (Jordan)
The internet radio AmmanNet (Jordan) appointed Ms. Zeinab Bulbul as director general and Ms. Sawsan Zaidah as general editor to celebrate International Women’s Day.
- Congolese National Radio
In the Congolese National Radio the news were written, edited and presented by women on the 8 March.
- Fondation Alexandre et Marguerite Varenne
The “Fondation Alexandre et Marguerite Varenne” (France) organized a 5-day training for 16 women journalists from the print media and the radio. The training was carried out by the “Institut Supérieur de l’Information et de la Communication” (ISIC) and the “International Médias Formateurs Associés” in Morocco (IMFA). In addition, there were several thematic round tables organised for the Moroccan women journalists.
- Internews Europe
Internews Europe produced in Mexico, together with CIDEM –“Colectivo de Investigación y de Educación entre Mujeres”- and its network of women radio journalists, a series of radio spots to celebrate International Women’s day. They can be listened on CIDEM’s website www.cidem-ac.org.
- The Sahara news Channel
The Sahara news Channel (Round-the-clock 36 city specific Hindi Regional News Channel) carried its special daily bulletin on women on the 8 March.
- Women’s International Network of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (WIN-AMARC)
The Women’s International Network of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (WIN-AMARC), in collaboration with the Feminist International Radio Endeavour (FIRE) and the World March of Women, organized an 8-hour live web-based programme in New York, dedicated to women’s issues, in which women from all over the world were the principle news sources as well they produced the news items.