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Second WOA event of 2015: Cork woman, Journalist and Broadcaster Alison O’Connor will be discussing her career, covering in particular politics and current affairs. A panel discussion wi
Where it all began:: "Where it all began:
Margaret E Ward shortlisted for Image Business Awards Social Entrepreneur of the Year.: Women on Air are delighted to announce Founder and Chair, Margaret E Ward, has been shortlisted for Image Business Awards Social Entrepreneur of the Year.
Lack of women on Irish radio is an intentional bias: Una Mullaly Opinion Piece (Irish Times): Awards show up gender imbalance
Interruptor Series, No. 18: Mary Fitzgerald: We talked to interruptor Mary Fitzgerald, an Irish journalist based in Libya, to get a sense of what the heck is going on, and why...
Sexist dinosaurs in Capitol Hill with Jurassic attitudes to women: Letter from America: senator’s claims of sexual harassment spark indignation
Why are there so few women on radio and television?: Women account for just over half the population but represent a fraction of airtime, leaving a hole in public debate.
Why are we allowing men to dominate the great debates?: Let's discuss the need to feminise Irish life. If you're a man, don't panic, this won't involve colour swatches.
Busting Myths Since 2010: The Women On Air conference continued to explode the myths about the lack of female voices in the media.
Women on Air was a happy accident - Conference speech by founder Margaret E. Ward: It all started with an article in April 2010 written by Una Mullally. It was called Radio Gaga and she asked 'Where are all the women were in Irish radio?'
Minister urges all media organisations to consider gender balance in the boardroom: SPEECH BY PAT RABBITTE, T.D. MINISTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS, ENERGY & NATURAL RESOURCES AT WOMEN ON AIR CONFERENCE GEORGE’S HALL DUBLIN CASTLE MONDAY 12TH MAY 2014
Conference speech by Caroline Erskine, Chairperson Women on Air: This morning we are asking two main questions: “Do we Need a representative media?” and “Who is shaping our view of the world?”
Women on Air Conference - A Huge Success: On Monday 12th May we held our first conference. Joan O'Connell has summarised the day very well here
Women On Air Inaugural Conference - Book Now: Top speakers to address these questions: “Do we need a representative media?” “Who is shaping our view of the world?”
Top International and National Journalists and Experts to Address Women On Air Conference: Women on Air, a voluntary networking group, is hosting an inspiring and informative networking conference in St. Georges Hall, Dublin Castle on Monday, 12th May
Talk with Dearbhail McDonald: Our next Women on Air talk is with the fantastic Dearbhail McDonald, Legal Affairs Editor with the Irish Independent
Address by Barbara Nolan, to Women On Air on 23 October 2013: Address by Barbara Nolan, Head of the European Commission's Representation in Ireland to Women On Air on 23 October 2013.
Our story began on Twitter: @WomenOnAirIE shares it 3rd birthday party with @smcs of @twitter: Women On Air today (14 October) announced that Sinead McSweeney, Director of Public Policy Europe at Twitter, is to address its third birthday party
Stories Begin on Twitter - Event: Twitter is the medium of choice for newsmakers and gatherers and it’s where Women on Air was born in 2010.
Research study finds that two in three voices on radio news and current affairs are male: The research conducted earlier this year shows that only one third of voices on radio news and current affairs programmes are female.