[United States] Why Jill Abramson Was Fired

[United States] Why Jill Abramson Was Fired

Ken Auletta – New Yorker – Friday, 16 May 2014 (originally published 14 May) At the annual City University Journalism School dinner, on Monday, Dean Baquet, the managing editor of the New York Times, was seated with Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the paper’s publisher. At the time, I did not give a moment’s thought to why […]

Reporting on violence against [Australia] women not up to par

Reporting on violence against [Australia] women not up to par

Violeta Politoff – Conversation – Friday, 07 December 2012 A journalist and friend once said to me, “everyone thinks they’ve been badly represented by the media”. This struck me, as for the past three years Melbourne Law School Professor Jenny Morgan and I have been researching media representations of violence against women in the hope […]

A Life’s Worth of Living – Witnessing the Life of Foreign Correspondent, Dr. Ruth Gruber, in Her New Book “WITNESS”

A Life’s Worth of Living – Witnessing the Life of Foreign Correspondent, Dr. Ruth Gruber, in Her New Book “WITNESS”

Lys Anzia – WNN Features As award winning foreign correspondent, Dr. Ruth Gruber, reaches her 96th year this year, her new and 19th book is out. The book, “WITNESS – One of the Great Correspondents of the Twentieth Century Tells Her Story,” crosses decades as it speaks of humanity, crisis and rescue. Just released by […]

Italian Advocates Plan International Sit-Ins – CISDA Helps Urgent Situation for Malalai Joya

Italian Advocates Plan International Sit-Ins – CISDA Helps Urgent Situation for Malalai Joya

Lys Anzia – WNN Features – Malalai Joya at home in Farah, photo image Marie Dorigny – A group of women humanitarians is asking for help from the world on the one month anniversary of the parliamentary expulsion of Afghan parliamentarian, Malalai Joya. The Italian women’s organization, CISDA – Coordinamento Italiano Sostegno Donne Afghane, is […]

Feminist Dialogue Circles the Globe with Radio

Feminist Dialogue Circles the Globe with Radio

LYS ANZIA – WNN Features AMARC, the World Assoication of Community Radio Broadcasters is an international NGO for women working in the field of community radio. On January 17-19, 2007, AMARC will be participating in the third International Feminist Dialogues in Nairobi, Kenya. AMARC currently has 110 member countries and almost 3,000 members who are […]