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Afghan women working as photojournalists, journalists in print, radio broadcast, new media & media development..
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Breaking News | Womens eNews

Breaking News | Womens eNews | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
RT @Womens_eNews: #Afghan Women Face Lonely and Frightening Births http://t.co/gwl8BJVE #pregnancy #health #birth...
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International Press Institute

International Press Institute | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it

The International Press Institute is a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists. We are dedicated to the furtherance and safeguarding of press freedom, the protection of freedom of opinion and expression, the promotion of the free flow of news and information, and the improvement of the practices of journalism.


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Fowler exhibition highlights artist Alighiero Boetti's embroideries by Afghan women / UCLA Newsroom

Fowler exhibition highlights artist Alighiero Boetti's embroideries by Afghan women / UCLA Newsroom | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Fowler exhibition highlights artist Alighiero Boetti's embroideries by Afghan women / UCLA Newsroom (Fowler exhibition highlights artist Alighiero Boetti's embroideries by Afghan women http://t.co/Sl9Ez6Sk...)...
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How journalists can develop a plan for professional growth | Poynter.

Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's (How journalists can develop a plan for professional growth: http://t.co/xqkdSuMl via @Poynter...
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Twitter for Newsrooms – Twitter Media

Twitter for Newsrooms – Twitter Media | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it

A guide to Twitter from Twitter including simple step-by-step instructions on how best to use and the tools that can be used by journalists.

According to the site: "We want to make our tools easier to use so you can focus on your job: finding sources, verifying facts, publishing stories, promoting your work and yourself—and doing all of it faster and faster all the time."


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After the Bonn conference, what next for Afghanistan's women?

After the Bonn conference, what next for Afghanistan's women? | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Zohra Moosa: Despite Bonn's unambitious final outcome document, it's not too late to make gender equality a key part of the transition process (After the #Bonn #conference, what next for #Afghanistan's #women?
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How to Use Social Media for Research and Development | Entrepreneur.com

How to Use Social Media for Research and Development | Entrepreneur.com | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Consider this advice for getting customer feedback over Facebook and Twitter.
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Afghan Women Demand Full Participation in Leading Afghanistan's Future

Afghan Women Demand Full Participation in Leading Afghanistan's Future | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Leaders of the Afghan Women's Network (AWN) speaking at the International Conference on Afghanistan in Bonn today demanded the full inclusion of women in major decisions about Afghanistan's future.
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Afghan women still victims of violence and abuse like under the Taliban | Muslim Women News

Afghan women still victims of violence and abuse like under the Taliban | Muslim Women News | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
In Kunduz, local leader has acolytes throw acid on the members of a family because the father had refused to give his daughter in marriage.
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Women journalists in the news: Week in Review

Women journalists in the news: Week in Review | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
This week was chock-full of stories about women in journalism. Here are a few of the highlights and links for where you can find more.

Treatment of female journalists abroad
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Stinky Journalism No More, Media Watchdog Rebrands to iMediaEthics - sacbee.com

Stinky Journalism No More, Media Watchdog Rebrands to iMediaEthics - sacbee.com | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
/PRNewswire/ -- Stinky Journalism is getting a new name and new website but the perennially popular media watchdog will not lose any of its bite or ability to sniff out bad journalism.
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Syria Has Banned iPhones to Curb Citizen Journalism

Syria Has Banned iPhones to Curb Citizen Journalism | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Most footage of protests from Syria in recent months has clearly been filmed on smartphones. Not for much longer, though: the government just banned iPhones.
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Afghanistan's women languishing in prisons 10 years after fall of Taliban - Telegraph

Afghanistan's women languishing in prisons 10 years after fall of Taliban - Telegraph | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Ten years after the fall of the Taliban regime was hailed as a breakthrough
for women, more than 350 females languish in Afghan’s prison, many Western
funded, having fled violence and forced marriage.
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12 tips for international media trainers

Those invited to help the media overseas need to ensure that the training they offer is continually refreshed.
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Afghan Sportswomen Fight for More Than Medals « World Post News

Despite numerous hurdles, women are picking up increasing numbers of wins in international sporting c...
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Afghanistan: Young Women for Change Statement on Unity

Afghanistan: Young Women for Change Statement on Unity | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Statement from Young Women for Change, Afghan feminist youth movement for equality: It is hard to reason anything with a mother who has lost her son. However, if we are united, we can help her.... Don't you see people feeding others on ...
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Women for Afghan Women

Women for Afghan Women | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
WAW is a grassroots civil society organization dedicated to securing and protecting the rights of disenfranchised Afghan women and girls, particularly their rights to develop their full potential.
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Flipboard Launches Long-Anticipated iPhone App

Flipboard Launches Long-Anticipated iPhone App | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Flipboard, the social magazine iPad app that organizes sectionalized content (like “News,” “Technology” and “Food”) and social network updates into a sleek, unified interface, launched its highly anticipated iPhone app today.
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The Media Map Project

The Media Map Project | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
checking out the media map project today...made from stats relating to media and development http://t.co/1wRyHEpq...
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Mobile Journalism Reporting Tools Guide | RJI

Mobile Journalism Reporting Tools Guide | RJI | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
.@LouderCMarch TOOLZ!http://t.co/YB8WT0c2 http://t.co/hdcq7tjg http://t.co/xeVu6hwo #JRC #MNG #DFM...
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A call for women's rights at Bonn Conference on Afghan security | Women's Views on News

A call for women's rights at Bonn Conference on Afghan security | Women's Views on News | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Afghan women yesterday joined more than 1,000 delegates from 100 different countries to discuss the transference of responsibility for national security to the Afghan government.
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The Afghan Women’s Writing Project – Urban Times

The Afghan Women’s Writing Project – Urban Times | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
“On a day when it was very cold and windy, the wind brought the news of a child who was not yet in the world.
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Jon Slattery: Simon Kelner heads new Journalism Foundation backed by the Lebedevs to promote free media

Jon Slattery: Simon Kelner heads new Journalism Foundation backed by the Lebedevs to promote free media | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
RT @jonslattery: Hyper local pits n pots gets development boost from new Journalism Foundation backed by Lebedevs: http://t.co/mUU0B7an...
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Thinking about the Future of Informed Communities and Journalism - Forbes

Thinking about the Future of Informed Communities and Journalism - Forbes | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
Democracy can likely get by with less information and civic engagement than some suggest. But that doesn’t mean we can get by without any. (RT @NewspaperWorld: We have lots of information. But do we have informed communities?
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Afghan Women Use Boxing to Fight Stereotypes

Afghan Women Use Boxing to Fight Stereotypes | Afghan Women in Media | Scoop.it
During the Taliban's oppressive rule in the 1990s, Afghan women were stripped of most of their rights. Women were not allowed to work or get an education, much less take part in sports.
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