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Women journalists who persist in the face of danger, oppression win Courage Awards

Winners of the 2010 International Women's Media Foundation Courage in Journalism Awards have one thing in common: professional tenacity in the face of incredible odds. The winners include a Tanzanian reporter risking her life to expose the ritual killings of people with albinism, a Colombian reporter investigating a political murder of a journalist and a Tibetan poet and blogger who continues her work while in exile.

Dana Liebelson, IJNet Writer | October 25, 2010

Women in media in Bangladesh

Women have been doing noteworthy work as journalists in Bangladesh as well as elsewhere during the last decade. But their number in both print and electronic media in our country is less than expected.

Pervez Bubul, for The Daily Star (Bangladesh) | August 11, 2010

Guidelines for Reporting on Violence Against Women

To mark the International day for the elimination of violence against women - November 25 - the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) released guidelines for improving media coverage of the issue.

Jessica Weiss | November 25, 2008

Editor’s Pick: Works to be proud of

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Jessica Weiss | October 06, 2008

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