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Jennifer Delano 30 Dec 10
yes it so was - we totally made our point
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UNESCO Jun 18
Online harassment disproportionally affects female journalists with insults stemming from discrimination, racism, homophobia and xenophobia. In the era of , it's about time to tackle online violence against female journalists. ℹ️
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UNESCO Jun 20
🚩 Threats 🚩 Public shaming 🚩 Intimidation 🚩 Cyber-stalking This is the dire reality of many women journalists. Time to take a stand. Spread the word. Raise up your voice & say no to ! 👉
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UNESCO Jun 18
▶️ Public shaming ▶️ Intimidation ▶️ Cyber-stalking ▶️ And death threats. Let’s stop the of female journalists!! The first step, raise your voices! Share your experience using . ℹ️
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Nighat Dad Jun 18
“Men are not thereatened with rape online, nor are they told that they deserve to be paraded naked, the way we are told.”
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UNESCO Jun 18
The rising gender-based violence in journalism is frightening. These attacks are an extremely serious threat to and . The time to stop of women journalists is now! Spread the word 👉 
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UNESCO Jun 14
What's the impact of on women journalists? How to deal with these attacks? Female are facing online abuse, but we are not standing idly by... On 18 June, we'll gather answers and ideas to tackle this global problem.
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Amb. Anna Brandt Jun 18
SWE🇸🇪 is proud to partner with in standing up against online harassment of women journalists. Important discussion today on concrete measures to tackle the problem.
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The New Arab Jul 10
Canada’s envoy to the UK opens session on safety of female journalists from physical and psychological harm and abuse
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Silvia Chocarro Jun 18
A great way to end the conference on online harassment against women: reminds States that have to be at center of any legislation concerning internet, also when it is done on the name of protecting women journalists.
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Angus Mackenzie Jun 18
Looking forward to an important discussion of ways of standing up to one line harassment of women journalists. Vital that the voices of women journalists are not silenced and that freedom of expression is protected wherever it occurs.
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Canada and UNESCO Jun 17
Do you believe in: Freedom of the press? Safety of female journalists? An internet free from harassment? If so, stand with us tomorrow. ➡️
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Azizatu Sani Jun 19
This is the spirit women journalists need to remain focus and make their impact in the world.
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Nighat Dad Jun 18
“My coverage of has witnessed the most traffic on my social media profiles. Unfortunately, the traffic was negative and it became very difficult for me to stay active online, covering harassment leads to harassment as well for women journalists
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sushmita panda Jun 18
Night shift after night shift, I am sure my landlady now thinks, I work in a call centre! PS: It is so awkward to call her every night to open the gate. 🤦🏼
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FinlandUNESCO Jun 18
Important event to discuss ways to counter online harassment of women journalists. UNESCO has a leadership role in the implementation of the UN Plan of Action for the safety of journalist and the issue of impunity.
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Hala Taweel, Ph.D. Jun 18
is also proud to stand against harassment of women journalists
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Hans Wesseling Jun 18
Clarice Gargard talks about ongoing attacks even death threats through social media. Harassment affects me personally. I have to push through and don’t appear vulnerable. Yes be tough but this harassment should not be normalized.
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Natasha Lobban 24 Dec 14
Merry Christmas to all the emergency service staff and others working on the most fabulous day of the year
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UNESCO Jul 17
STOP T O P ONLINE N L I N E H A R A S S M E N T A R A S S M E N T OF F WOMEN O M E N JOURNALISTS O U R N A L I S T S Read it the way you want, but this has to stop. Spread the word. Stand up for . ➡️
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