SAWM partnered with WAN-IFRA to hold a panel discussion on “Women in Media: Does Gender Parity Exist?” at the Newsroom Summit on Feb 19. SAWM India President Jyoti Malhotra (National & Strategic Affairs editor of The Print website) moderated the discussion. The panelists were Yagna Balaji (DTNext) Swati Bhattacharjee (ABP, SAWM India General Secretary) and Sheela Bhatt (NewsX).
Audio recording of the panel discussion “Women in Media: Does Gender Parity Exist?” at the Newsroom Summit on Feb 19.
About SAWM Team
South Asian Women in Media (SAWM) is a network of women media professionals in South Asia. SAWM works for freedom of press, increased participation of women in the media, a gender-sensitive work environment and a gender-equal outlook in the media. Launched in April 2008, SAWM’s central secretariat is in Lahore, Pakistan and the association has country chapters in eight members of SAARC. SAWM helps women working in media to network across borders, and with international rights organizations, to assert their rights and defend their interests.