Gender-Sensitive Reporting

Journalism is often referred to as the fourth estate that controls and shapes public opinion. Therefore, the Foundation prioritized including professionals in journalism and content creation among its target groups for the training program. We aimed, through the training, to enhance their understanding of gender concepts and their application in press coverage, as well as to familiarize them with legal frameworks concerning women’s rights.

Furthermore, we aimed to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application by hosting the founder of the platform “W Laha Wogoh Okhra,” a prominent example of feminist journalism. This provided an opportunity for the trainees to gain insights into the challenges faced by feminist journalism within the Egyptian context.

Lastly, the training addressed the ethics of documenting stories involving survivors of gender-based violence.

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