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Media, Women

Webinar for journalists and media professionals hosted by Sarah Malik

Our Watch < 1 mins read

Registrations open here 
Friday 3 November 2023 

Our Watch, a national leader in preventing violence against women, invites media to attend a free one-hour online masterclass on exploring strength-based media reporting to prevent violence against women from diverse communities on Thursday 30 November from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (AEDT). 

Led by Sarah Malik, a Walkley-award winning Australian investigative journalist, author, television presenter, and Our Watch Fellow, this webinar will support journalists to gain a deeper understanding of the impacts of violence against women from diverse backgrounds, including how media narratives can either exacerbate or counteract these effects.   

Panellists will discuss the power of strength-based reporting and provide journalists with practical strategies to enhance their reporting and ensure the safety of those they cover.   

The webinar panel of experts includes: 

  • Mariam Veiszadeh, CEO Media Diversity Australia, Lawyer, Founder & Chair Islamophobia Register Australia  

  • Amao Leota Lu, Samona fa'afafine, trans woman Elder and consultant 

  • Dr. Usha Manchanda Rodrigues, Media scholar 

This event will have closed captions available. 

About us:

Our Watch is a national leader in Australia's work to stop violence against women and their children before it starts. The organisation was created to drive nation-wide change in the practices, norms and structures that lead to violence against women and children.

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