Header 2

Pictures and Videos: African Women in Media 2019 (AWiM19)

What a success that was! The African Women in Media Conference has now enjoyed its third Annual Conference since the first one in 2017, and the event got raving reviews with a massive 95% of attendees saying it met their expectations.

Thanks to all our speakers, trainers and delegates for making AWiM19 so successful. It was our vision to spotlight the challenges in media industries in Africa, while showcasing African women working in media industries as experts in addressing these challenges. AWiM19 brought together media professionals and scholars from 16 countries and over 50 media organisations. We trended on Twitter in Kenya, with over 2,000,000 impressions over the three days.

Check out AWiM19 in pictures and videos below (mouse-over the pictures to get the navigation arrows):

Pictures
Day One
AWiM19 Day One

Day Two
AWiM19 Day two

Day Three
AWiM19 Day Three

Awards
AWiM19 Award Dinner

More Pictures
AWiM19 More Pictures
Videos
Day One – Opening Ceremony

Day Two – Welcome Remarks and Keynote

About the African Union

Day Three – Welcome Remarks and Keynote

AWim19 Awards Dinner

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest Blogs

VACANCY: CHIEF EDITOR

AWiM Online Magazine

PRESS RELEASE: Kigali Declaration Adopted at AWiM23

Follow Us

10k

7k

45

34

69k

DR. YEMISI AKINBOBOLA

C.E.O & Co-founder, AWiM

Dr Yemisi Akinbobola is an award-winning journalist, academic, consultant and co-founder of African Women in Media (AWiM). AWiM’s vision is that one-day African women will have equal access to representation in media. Joint winner of the CNN African Journalist Award 2016 (Sports Reporting), Yemisi ran her news website IQ4News between 2010-14.
Yemisi holds a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies from Birmingham City University, where she is a Senior Lecturer. She has published scholarly research on women’s rights, African feminism, and journalism and digital public spheres. She was Editorial Consultant for the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 commemorative book titled “She Stands for Peace: 20 Years, 20 Journeys”, and currently hosts the book’s podcast.
She speaks regularly on issues relating to gender and media. In 2021 she was recognized as one of 100 Most Influential African Women.