Tag: Women in media

Pioneering study compares abuse of women journalists in UK and Pakistan

| March 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

A MASTERS student has produced a groundbreaking piece of research comparing violence and other forms of abuse directed at women journalists in Pakistan and the UK. The study by Iqra Iqbal, a student of mass communication at the University of Faisalabad, contains some shocking and surprising statistics drawn from responses by 50 female journalists from each […]

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Arab Journalism and Reporting Women

| January 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Iqbal Tamimi Iqbal attended the Reporting Women event with the support of Bristol NUJ I FEEL like I have been hit by a blind lorry of ink and my soul is hovering few inches above the ground. This is not a description of a bad accident or an after death experience, rather my way […]

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Suzanne Moore to give 2010 Benn Lecture

| November 13, 2010 | 1 Comment

Mail on Sunday columnist, Facebook personality, feminist, author, award-winning journalist and editor, and Independent candidate for Hackney North & Stoke Newington in this year’s General Election, Suzanne Moore gives Bristol’s fifth annual Benn Lecture on the state of the media.

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Melvyn Bragg among top media speakers in Bristol

SOME of the most prominent media figures in Britain – from Melvyn Bragg to Peter Hitchens – are appear at the Bristol Festival of Ideas during May.

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Muslim poet and journalist in line for award

A Bristol journalist and NUJ member is one of three finalists for a prestigious award from The Muslim News newspaper.

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