Sri Lankan women are using tech to champion rights, amplify marginalized voices, strengthen democracy, and challenge regressive ideas and stereotypes.
Fake news, misinformation and conspiracy theories erupted into Western media during the 2016 United States presidential election. Yet in many media markets around the globe, these are longstanding challenges.
Noemie Kilembe, head of Internews’s partner in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Women's Voices for Peaceful Democratic Dialogue, and Mimi Mupengo, from CAFCO, the main coalition of women’s organizations in DRC, were invited by local station Tele 50 in the morning show on June 13, to talk a
A lively conversation about empowering women and girls with tools to make their voices heard, all around the world, in ways that keep them safe and secure.
The Radio Community in South Sudan joined radio stations around the world in celebrating International Women's Day 2017 on March 8. Teams at Singaita FM, Mingkaman 100 FM and Nhomlaau FM were led by women and it was women who presented news bulletins and programs through the day.