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UN WOMEN launched a 3 day workshop on Gender Response Journalism at a star hotel with more than 30 journalists, reporters from print and electronics media in Cox’s Bazar.

The workshop aims at improving the skills of journalists on gender sensitivity , gender equality and to aware the concern over the rights and the dignity of the women, transgender and other neglected ones from the Society.

The journalists who took part in this unique event ended up learning many new ethically applied basic and ground roles in report writing on gender discrimination, gender ethics, where they also came to know with experience sharing taht, how misleading news might bring the dire consequences that turn the victims into accused one.

Sesssion after session , the workshop played an important role to shape the designs of reporting and with the latest comparison what is happening around the world in this covid 19 situations brought a complete new chapter in this genre.

The facilitator Mr.Mainul Islam Khan and his copartner Mafia Mukta lead the sessions with tremendous passion .

The media manager from UN WOMEN Mr.Mahmudul Islam organised the event and paved the way to make it a succesful workshop.

Nadira Islam from the UN WOMEN continued her gender equality session with an inspiration .

The sessions were also taken by 2 of overseas guest speakers who gave a complete ideas on Gender responsibilities where they replied the questions to the participants with new ideas and formulas.

The closing ceremony brought the president of Cox’s Bazar Journalists Association Abu Taher (special guest), the additional secretary of RRRC Shamsuduzza Noyon (chief guest) and the UN WOMEN country director Flora Machula who encouraged the reporters with new trainings on humanitarian principles .

The workshop ends with the distribution of the certificates among the participants .

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