IWMF In the News

IWMF Announces Judy Woodruff as 2023 Leadership Honoree

Former PBS NewsHour Anchor to be Recognized at Courage in Journalism Awards [February 1, 2023 – WASHINGTON, DC] – The…

Sundance 2023 Women Directors: Meet Alejandra Vasquez – “Going Varsity in Mariachi”

Originally published: Women and Hollywood Alejandra Vasquez is a Mexican-American filmmaker and producer. Raised in rural Texas, she tells stories…

Q&A: Gabriela Sá Pessoa talks hope and crisis in Lula’s Brazil

By Andrew McCormick | Originally published: Columbia Journalism Review EACH MONTH, Covering Climate Now speaks with different journalists about their…

IWMF Remembers Pioneering Journalist Barbara Walters

The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is mourning the loss of Barbara Walters, whose five decades as a broadcast journalist…

Trolling of Female Asian Journalists on Rise as Beijing Seeks to Discredit Media

By Wang Gang and Liam Scott | Originally published: Voice of America WASHINGTON — Increased harassment over the past year…

IWMF Calls for Global Attention on Detainment of Women Journalists

A new annual summary from Reporters Without Borders (RSF) confirms an alarming reality: Journalist detention is at a record high,…

IWMF Introduces Mental Health Resource for Journalists

Accessible Guide Supports Journalists Experiencing Online Abuse [December 5, 2022 – WASHINGTON, DC] – The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF)…

Andrea y Ethel: Las periodistas que demostraron “el suplicio” que viven migrantes en El Paraíso

By Fabio Idiáquez | Originally published: RadioHouse Foto: Frank Aguilera En esta ocasión, conocemos la historia de Ethel Valladares y Andrea Hernández, dos…

Dart Center and International Women’s Media Foundation Launch New Journalist Support Partnership

Program from Columbia Journalism School Builds Therapist Network for Journalists in Distress The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, in…