During the 63rd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, the United Nations Correspondents Association held a press conference on Tuesday, March 12th with The Gulf Centre for Human Rights, CIVICUS, International Service for Human Rights and Women’s March Global on their call for the release on Saudi Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs).
Dr. Hala Al-Dosari, Saudi scholar and woman human rights defender
Safa Al-Ahmad, Saudi filmmaker and journalist
Uma Mishra-Newbery, Executive Director, Women’s March Global
Omaima Al-Najjar, Saudi blogger and woman human rights defender (by video)
Amani Al-Ahmadi, Saudi American feminist & human rights whistleblower (by video)
The event was moderated by Kristina Stockwood, Gulf Centre for Human Rights
Everything the @thedailynu appears to be apologizing for here is not only normal journalism, it is *required* for its members to credibly cover their community.— Dan Lamothe (@DanLamothe) November 12, 2019
Journalism isn't about being buddies with the groups you cover.
I hope they figure this out.
Así fue mi primera noche después de dejar la presidencia forzado por el golpe de Mesa y Camacho con ayuda de la Policía. Así recordé tiempos de dirigente. Muy agradecido con mis hermanos de las federaciones del Trópico de Cochabamba por brindarnos seguridad y cuidado. pic.twitter.com/O1EpDhS5Qw— Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) November 12, 2019