International Association for Women in Radio and Television IAWRT

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The International Association of Women in Radio and Television IAWRT,
founded in 1951, is a forum for personal contact and professional development among women broadcasters worldwide. We are a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Comprising women of many nationalities across the broadcast spectrum, we arrange international conferences with workshops, screenings, lectures, training and professional networking.

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GOALS:

  • To share professional input among members through networking, workshops, conferences, programme productions and management skills.
  • To contribute towards the enhancement of broadcasting by ensuring that women’s views
  • and values are an integral part of programming.
  • To utilise the professional skills of members
  • to support women in developing countries.

ACTIVITIES:

  • IAWRT arranges international conferences with workshops, screenings, lectures, training sessions and professional networking.
  • IAWRT holds regional meetings in different geographical areas.
  • IAWRT presents Awards of Excellence to publicly recognise programmes that demonstrate the ability and creativity of women producers.
  • IAWRT publishes a Newsletter to provide information and to update members, individuals and institutions.
  • IAWRT has a study scholarship programme for deserving members.
  • IAWRT presents Awards of Excellence to publicly recognise programmes that demonstrate the ability and creativity of women producers.
  • IAWRT maintains a website for information sharing, membership news, links to relevant sites, and a chance to see and hear clips of members’ programmes iawrt.org.

PRESENT AND FUTURE:

  • IAWRT members work in radio, television and closely allied fields. IAWRT is an organisation of women who seek personal and professional contact with members in all continents of the world.
  • IAWRT cooperates with other professional organisations with comparable goals.
  • IAWRT is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).

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