Women journalists shared their working life experiences at an event as part of the NUJs Stronger Voice for Women in the Media project held at the University of Strathclyde.
The common theme emerging from all speakers was that women shouldn’t be on their own when challenging employment, sexism and equality issues and that they should support each other wherever they worked.
Dr Sallyanne Duncan, head of the postgraduate studies in digital journalism at Strathclyde, opened the event by pointing out that 54 per cent of journalism students were female. “Women dominate journalism in education, but what happens after is a different story,” she said. Continue reading