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Our volunteer reporters who produce news in their own locality after 6 weeks of journalism
training of the Woman News Network Project.

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The project aims to enable women in the region to have their own news networks within the
perspective of gender equality for the change and transformation of the rights violations that women
and LGBTI+s face in the media and news and the masculine language used.

It aims to create a space where women can form their demands and speak their words against being manipulated in the media, trivializing their words and ignoring their problems, and creating a network that can produce news with a gender equality perspective that can create an alternative form of information production and transmission.

The deadline for the application of the project, which will include women and LGBTI+ participants who want to gain experience in the field of journalism and make an alternative media possible, is July 15, 2021.

The project will continue for 6 months with 20 participants from Diyarbakır, Batman, Şanlıurfa and Mardin. 


The Women's News Network Project is supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung with funds from the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of the Federal Republic of Germany and does not reflect the views of RLS. This publication or parts thereof may be freely used by others as long as they provide an appropriate reference to the original publication.

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Within the scope of the Women's News Network Project supported by the Rosa Lumxemburg Stiftung, you can find some news about the subjects who want to create an alternative media, far from masculine language, and determine the value of the news.  


These news  It includes the news prepared every 2 weeks by the participants who completed their journalism training within the scope of the Women's News Network Project. Project participants in their own cities  publishes news within the scope of this network.

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Women's News Network Project Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung  (RLS) and does not reflect the views of RLS.

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