This blog has been written by Sindhu Abbasi, Member of DRF’s Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. How many times have you heard ‘just get over it’ and ‘just… Violence against women: Time to stop hysteria against naming and shaming of misogynists
From Malala Yousafzai to Zainab Ansari, Farkhanda Malikzada of Afghanistan to Joyti Singh of India, World Wars to Fall of Dhaka – the world has seen all sorts of violence… Educating against gender based violence
In Pakistan, parents react strongly when a transgender child is born, and in many cases they force their child to leave the home owing to the ‘disgrace’ they bring to… Increasing violence against transgenders in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
At present, Pakistan uses several tools of digital technology which also include social media. More than 50 million of Pakistan’s population uses broadband services. On social media; 86.85% traffic heads… Internet, Gender and Violence
With rise in the use of digital technologies, women are more likely than men to become victims of severe forms of cyber violence and the impact on their lives is… Cyber crime and its impact on the mental health of women
Pakistan is one the most dangerous countries for journalists and when we talk about women journalists, they are faced with additional risks and threats owing to the specificity of their… Harassment of journalists: a continuing and worrying trend
Dr Rasmus Nielsen, Director of Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford says ‘Journalism is an imperfect but important part of democracy: we as citizens are empowered to make… End culture of impunity for crimes against journalists
Isn’t living in a technologically expansive world, astounding and horrific at the same time? Journalists of all kinds are open to internet sources and are continuously using varied sources for… Source Verification and Harassment in Pakistan.