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WOMEN JOURNALISTS AND MEDIA STUDENTS IN QUETTA VISITS ASSEMBLY ON BEHALF OF WOMEN MEDIA CENTER,  PAKISTAN.

WOMEN JOURNALISTS AND MEDIA STUDENTS IN QUETTA VISITS ASSEMBLY ON BEHALF OF WOMEN MEDIA CENTER, PAKISTAN.

On  behalf  of  Women  Media  Center  (WMC)  Pakistan,  24  female  media  students  were  given  the  opportunity to attend the Assembly session in Quetta on November 10, 2015. Abdul Malik Baloch, the  Chief Minister (CM) of Balochistan, headed the session and spoke about  various  important  issues. He  commenced his speech by thanking Women Media Center (WMC) Pakistan for its efforts in organizing a  workshop on electronic media training in Quetta and giving participants an opportunity to attend the  assembly session. He was proud of the fact that so many young and brave female media students were  coming forward to enter journalism which is one of the most dangerous professions in Pakistan. He also  appreciated WMC for coming to Balochistan to provide training to the students of Balochistan University  and BUITEMS  in order to work towards their better future. Moreover, Jan Mohammed Buledi, Media  Advisor of Balochistan, highlighted the role of Women Media Center (WMC) in fulfilling the request of  the participants to attend the Assembly session. The session was taken over by Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai, a Pashtun nationalist and political leader of  Quetta. He spoke about the target killings that occurred just two days prior to the assembly session. Mr  Achak zai requested the Chief Minister (CM) to visit the injured people in the hospitals and ask them  about their struggles and emphasized on the magnitude of the problem of target killings in Balochistan.  “People cannot walk on the streets or sit in hotels at night. Where ever they go, they carry with them a  threat to their lives,” he said. “Since we have failed as a government, we should give resignations and let  the people function on their own.” Mr  Baloch spoke  to  the  ... Read More »

Islamabad Workshop on Post Election Scenario (Press Release)

Islamabad Workshop on Post Election Scenario (Press Release)

PRESS RELEASE (Women Media Center Pakistan) No more hopes from Election tribunals, Dr. Arif Alvi, PTI (Islamabad: Staff Reporter): “Election Tribunal should have given verdict in 120 days, but they failed to do so. We are losing hope because of ... Read More »

‘Men, too, can be role models for women in their rights struggle’

‘Men, too, can be role models for women in their rights struggle’

KARACHI, Dec 11: ‘Can women really have it all?’ This was the topic of discussion organised by the Women Media Centre in collaboration with the US consulate at the Lincoln Corner at Rangoonwala Community Centre here on Wednesday. “There is ... Read More »

FIVE-DAY MEDIA TRAINING COURSE ON POST-ELECTION REPORTING SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED IN LAHORE

FIVE-DAY MEDIA TRAINING COURSE ON POST-ELECTION REPORTING SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED IN LAHORE

Post Election Reporting Five-day Media Training Course in Lahore organized by WMC & supported by NED As success is not only achieved by hard work alone but it is mixed by a little bit of motivation and encouragement. Women Media ... Read More »

SHOWCASE CEREMONY OF 5-DAY TRAINING WORKSHOP OF WMC IN LAHORE

SHOWCASE CEREMONY OF 5-DAY TRAINING WORKSHOP OF WMC IN LAHORE

LAHORE, Nov 23 (APP): Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Pervaiz Rashid has asked US authorities to end drone attacks and urged the Taliban to resolve all issues through dialogue rather than violence. “Drone attacks are not acceptable to ... Read More »