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Cyber Violence against Female Journalists in Southern Africa

15 Sep, 2022
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The survey forms part of MISA's evidence-based advocacy to ensure the safety of journalists. It builds on international and regional efforts to ensure online safety for female  journalists.

This  research aims at  gathering evidence on the  extent of online based gender violence targeted at female journalists in Southern Africa. For this, we kindly ask you to fill in this survey. It will take approximately seven (7) minutes.

The survey forms part of MISA’s evidence-based advocacy to ensure the safety of journalists. It builds on international and regional efforts to ensure online safety for female  journalists.

Since the research aims to gather data and information on journalists, we kindly ask that only journalists and media related workers fill in this questionnaire.

The survey is collecting emails, in part to ensure authenticity of the responses and also to share firsthand with you the final report. Your responses will be anonymised for privacy purposes.

For further information on this project and the campaign that we are running please contact: Nqaba Matshazi at nqaba@misa.org and Chido Luciasi at chido@misazim.co.zw

Click here to Fill out the form

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The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) was founded in 1992. Its work focuses on promoting, and advocating for, the unhindered enjoyment of freedom of expression, access to information and a free, independent, diverse and pluralistic media.

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