World Association of Women Journalists and Writers
Asociación Mundial de Mujeres Periodistas y Escritoras (AMMPE)
1969 Mexico City Mexico
Founded May 1969, Mexico City (Mexico) at the First Global Meeting, attended by representatives of 36 countries. Refounded 2010, Argentina.
Ensure respect for human rights as set forth by the United Nations; promote gender equity in all areas; promote equal access to new technologies of information and communication; promote professional development of members; promote joint efforts in communications between different countries; promote networking and coordination between networks of communications professionals; support professional development opportunities for members; promote exchange of knowledge, experiences, ideas and cultural values; promote organization of national and regional journalism competitions; promote recognition of personalities in the field of communication; promote freedom of expression; promote protection and care of the environment.
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