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WAN-IFRA concerned over sexual harassment in newsrooms


WAN-IFRA Women in News and the University of London are conducting a major research study into sexual harassment in the media workplace in selected countries in the Arab Region, Southeast Asia sub-Saharan Africa, including Botswana.

In a recent press release from WAN-INFRA, Women in News’ Director for the African region, Jane Godia stated that sexual harassment is a major issue in African newsrooms, but that, “Unfortunately it often goes unreported and is shrouded in silence. The victims keep quiet; eyewitnesses turn the other way; perpetrators continue unabated and executives bury their h...

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