When:  October 3rd

Time: 6.30 pm with drinks

Where : St John’s Waterloo 73 Waterloo Road
London SE1 8TY

Threats, misogynistic and racist abuse, online trolling, physical assault, imprisonment, rape and the ultimate sanction – murder. That is what many women journalists across the world endure from those who try to silence them in their fight to expose the truth. Last year, the UN catalogued “the “chilling tide of abuse” inflicted on female journalists in order to silence them.

For the past year, Women in Journalism has been talking to brave journalists across the world and to the colleagues and friends of those who are in jail. These shocking profiles can be found here https://womeninjournalism.co.uk/journalists-under-threat/

We will  gather together some of these extraordinary women to tell their stories, of how bigotry and misogyny has been weaponised to undermine their reporting and destroy their careers – and how they fought to get the facts to their audiences.

Introduced by Paul Caruana Galizia, brother of Daphne and co-founder of The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation

Chair: Alison Phillips,, WiJ chair and editor, Daily Mirror with Caroline Muscat –former colleague of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Founder and editor of the online investigative news portal The Shift Her job, like that of Caruana Galizia’s, is to expose corruption at every level and hold the Maltese government to account. @muscatcar

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