RMNP distributes Basic Journalism Training Manuals

AhmedpurEast: Training manuals on the basics of journalism for district correspondents have been distributed among the members of Ahmedpur Press Club Ahmedpur East . Thanks to Daily Nawa-I-AhmedpurSharqia for its financial support for publishing this training manual’s fourth edition. Earlier its second and third editions were published with the support of UNESCO and Commonwealth Journalists…

Safety of Pakistani journalists discussed at DCMF workshops

The Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) expressed grave concerns over failure of the Pakistani government to inform the UNESCO director general about legal proceedings of murder cases of the journalists assassinated in the line of duty. The RMNP highlighted the grave situation in a unanimous resolution passed in the concluding ceremony of two-day Bahawalpur District…

Govt flayed for apathy to journalists’ safety

AHMEDPUR EAST-The Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) expressed grave concerns over failure of the Pakistani government to inform the UNESCO director general about legal proceedings of murder cases of the journalists assassinated in the line of duty. The RMNP highlighted the grave situation in a unanimous resolution passed in the concluding ceremony of two-day Bahawalpur…

Body demands security for media persons

AHMEDPUR EAST-Federal Minister for Education Balighur Rehman has said that the PML-N government believes in the freedom of press and speech. “The government took necessary measures for the protection of journalists when I was State Minister for Interior, we have taken all the stakeholders on board but the media houses did not fulfil their responsibilities….

Training of media persons working in hostile environment starts from 27th January.

To equip journalists with skills required to cope with dangers involved in reporting from hostile environment , Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) has initiated a training programme for media persons of the rural and semi rural areas of South Punjab In collaboration with Doha Centre For Media Freedom (DCMF), these trainings will focus upon print…

One Hundred Twenty Five Journalists Attend Series of Six Safety Training Workshops in South Punjab, Pakistan October 2014 to March 2015

One Hundred Twenty Five Journalists Attend Series of Six Safety Training Workshops in South Punjab, Pakistan October 2014 to March 2015

125  media professionals including 38 women contributors  working in rural areas of Pakistan benefitted from a training programme which  equipped them with the necessary safety skills and knowledge to report in hostile environments. The project, which was  implemented by the Rural Media Network of Pakistan (RMNP), kicked off with a workshop held in Tehsil Yazman,…