Blogs - Network of Women Journalists

Investigative journalism in the digital era

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A very thought-provoking question arose during Digital Rights Foundation’s workshop on ‘investigative journalism in the digital era’, which was held in Quetta in October...

Statement: DRF condemns the online attacks against Asma Shirazi

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July 15, 2018 -- Digital Rights Foundation and Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights condemn the social media attacks against Asma Shirazi, a...

Violence against women: Time to stop hysteria against naming and shaming of misogynists

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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...

Educating against gender based violence

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From Malala Yousafzai to Zainab Ansari, Farkhanda Malikzada of Afghanistan to Joyti Singh of India, World Wars to Fall of Dhaka - the world...

Online sexism is killing me

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Online sexism is a thing. A deplorable monster that we created at one point in time; but should do away with now, before it...

Increasing violence against transgenders in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

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In Pakistan, parents react strongly when a transgender child is born, and in many cases they force their child to leave the home owing...

Source Verification and Harassment in Pakistan.

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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...

Election 2018: Social media and middle-class elitism

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On Election Day, twitter was abuzz with criticism of yet another display of elitism. Sara Taseer, daughter of Salman Taseer, in a tweet, had...

Censoring the Sane Voices: The need to revise censorship policies

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Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) is an independent government institution that deals with regulating electronic media in the country. While one would assume...

Surviving trolls and emotional distress

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Here’s some unsolicited advice in the age of social media: “Don’t feed the trolls.” “Stay low.” “Ignore.”   Like most unsolicited advice, this too is ineffective. In Pakistan, trolling is...

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