Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Centre for investigative journalism looks at Iraqi women

One way that journalism can play a role in society,see last post,is to use its into skills into investigations of human rights abuses, financial corruption, political malfeasance, environmental destruction, and other abuses of power.

CJR highlights the ongoing use of video by the Centre for Investigative reporting and its most recent report into the abuse of women in a post Saddam Iraq.

Correspondent Anna Badkhen and photojournalist Mimi Chakarova visited a secret women’s shelter in Baghdad to meet with rape victims and war widows and document their stories.

You can see the report here

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