The Ministry of Women and Child Development, in association with Press Information Bureau, Minis-try of Information & Broadcasting is organising the first ever "All India Women Journalists' Work-shop" on 7th June, 2016 at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi.
The Conference will bring together 250 journalists from all parts of the country together on a single platform. The women journalists represent print, electronic and online media across the country including small and regional media organisations.
This Conference will be a unique gathering of women journalists, who specialise in social sector re-porting, coming together to understand, discuss and deliberate on issues concerning women and children.
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The Ministry of Women and Child Development will be showcasing the achievements during the last two years and also obtain a feedback on a number of issues concerning women and children espe-cially on the recently released Draft National Policy for Women, Draft Anti Trafficking Bill, Draft Regulations under JJ Act. The Ministry is also looking forward to new ideas/ areas concerning wom-en and children which could be taken up in the coming months.
Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Nirmala Sitharaman will also address the par-ticipants.
Journalists from 30 States and Union Territories have already confirmed their participation and more participation is expected in the coming two days. The participating journalists represent sev-eral regional publications and regional news channels of the country.
The WCD Ministry will also be putting up an exhibition of two of its large initiatives namely; Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao and Children's Helpline-Childline.