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Supreme Council for Women issues media coverage guide


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The Supreme Council for Women (SCW) has today launched a guide to media coverage of family affairs during a webinar held remotely.

 

The virtual session was attended by SCW Secretary  General Hala Al Ansary, Information Affairs Minister Ali bin Mohammed Al Romaihi, Bahrain Journalists Association Chairman Isa Al Shaiji and around 90 media figures, journalists, columnists and stakeholders. 

 

Addressing the session, Al Ansari paid tribute to Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, Wife of His Majesty the King and SCW President, who affirmed the pivotal role of the media in promoting women’s status and maintaining family stability.

 

She stressed the crucial role of the media in bolstering values, raising awareness of the importance of strengthening the social harmony and maintaining family stability. 

 

She underlined the council’s firm commitment to promote family stability which represents a key pillar for national security, sustainable development and the national plan for Bahraini women’s advancement. 

 

Al Romaihi hailed the council-led role, chaired by HRH Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, noting dedicate efforts to support women’s progress and strengthen family stability in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

 

He said that the guide would help the media and journalists deal adequately with family issues, commending the council’s keenness on conducting consultations with the media regarding the content of the blueprint.

 

He said that the media in Bahrain is keen on dealing adequately with sensitive family issues and conveying the correct information, adding that delivering a news scoop should not be at the expense of credibility and accuracy.

 

He described the media in Bahrain as a strategic partner that support the council’s plans , programmes and initiatives serving women, noting the keenness of the media on transparency and responsibility in conveying news.  

 

BJA Chairman Al Shaiji also addressed the virtual session, commending the initiative of the council to issue a media guida for covering topics related to family stability.


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