Women under-represented in South Asian news media

written by Subhash Rai
10 · 13 · 09

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There has been a discernible increase in the number of women journalists especially in English language newsrooms. But it is no surprise that women have not made it to decision-making positions in most news organisations.
This and other concerns of women journalists in South Asia will  get a voice with the establishment of SAWM of the South Asian Women in Media. Here’s a report on its first meeting on “Women in Media – Challenges, Opportunities and Partnership”, which was held in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Subhash Rai

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