Mauritania: Women in Mauritanian Media
Source:APN / Magharebia
A delegation of Mauritanian women journalists met with Ahmedou Tidjane Bal, president of Mauritania's High Authority of the Press and Audio-visuals (HAPA), on 2 March, 2008.
The journalists called upon HAPA to support them in promoting women's role in society. Following the meeting, HAPA issued a statement urging the authorities and the media to back the organisation and to deal more regularly with the problems Mauritanian women face.
Source: Arab Press Network (www.arabpressnetwork.org)
Submitted on Thu, 03/13/2008 - 01:00
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