The countdown to the Women in Journalism Conference 2014 has begun with exactly three weeks and two days left to go.
The conference is a brief reminder for women to come together and initiate a workable structure that will not only seek to break a timeless divide in the global quest for equality (in all ramifications) but also to drive affirmative actions in the pursuit of an authentic 21st century Media- a media where female journalists, especially in Africa, signal to the world that more than ever they are ready to stand up as a formidable force in the profession.
There are certain unique challenges facing journalism today, including how we arrive at truth in an era of abundant and unverified information, and the demand to objectively present information fair-mindedly.
A vast array of both local and international keynote speakers have confirmed their attendance to WiJ2014 and will be mightily involved in the break-out sessions designed to discuss and answer if not all your questions, at-least a judicious number of them.
With regards to registration, kindly note that if you do not have a confirmation for your registration, chances are, you may have supplied an incorrect email address, hence, a confirmation mail sent to a wrong email. Such complaints should be forwarded to email@example.com for it to be treated. To however confirm your ticket, reservation(s) can be checked following these steps below:
- Log-in to your account in the wij2014 website at www.wij2014.org
- Highlight the Conference Menu on the Main Menu bar
- Highlight Reservation menu
- Click on My Reservation menu from the sub-menu option. This opens the reservation(s) you’ve made.
Remember, nothing trumps the good old fashion of word-of-mouth communication however intimate New Media has become. So zealously talk about this conference to your friends, share with colleagues at work and anticipate with us as WiJ2014 unfolds before our very eyes.
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