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Palestinian women journalist participated in a training workshop in Ramallah on the qualities and skills they need in order to become more influential and able to influence, change and participate in public affairs in the media, political and social sectors, and on the challenges and obstacles that hinder their capabilities.

The training workshop was organized and implemented by the Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) and was attended by 18 women journalists from all the governorates of the West Bank over the course of two days, where the trainer Fida Barghouthi reviewed on the first day a number of obstacles thathinders women journalists to actively engage, participate and influence in the public debate, and the challenges women journalists face in the current environment of media, where women journalists addressed all forms of discrimination against them at work, they stressed the need to legislate and implement laws and policies that protect workers and media workers and to end discrimination against female journalists.

On the second day, the trainer presented a number of Palestinian leadership models, and analyzed the reality of Palestinian women in general, their impact on the Palestinian political, social and media reality, and the skill set required for the media for more attendance, such as lobbying and advocacy skills and using the media to achieve better participation and gender mainstreaming to ensure success for women journalists.

This training workshop is part of the legal empowerment project for Palestinian women journalists, supported by the Representative Office of Finland in Ramallah.



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