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#46-21 Afghan Media and Women … media freedom and its setbacks

Ayubi gives a history of media rights in Afghanistan, the problem of losing reporters, her discussion with Taliban negotiators, and a plea to world media and civil society to help convince Taliban to let up on oppressing women. Part 1 was released last week in WINGS. (This can probably stand alone if need be.) 

Host(s): Violet Gonda, and Frieda Werden
Featured Speakers/Guests: Najiba Ayubi is an executive of a major nonprofit media organization in Afghanistan and a longtime activist for peace and women’s rights. She is also President of the Afghanistan chapter of International Association of Women in Radio and TV. 

Credits: Ayubi was interviewed by Violet Gonda, President of the International Association of Women in Radio and TV, on Gonda’s video series Hot Seat, available here: –
Editing for radio by Frieda Werden