SOWJRA Holds Digital Security Training for 60 Women Journalists in Mogadishu
Under the auspices of Digital Defenders Partnership, the Somali Women Journalists Rights Association (SOWJRA) has held a degital security training for 60 women journalists in Mogadishu today.
The training which is the first of its kind was launched by the Director General of the Ministry of Information of the Federal Government of Somalia Mr. Abdullahi Hayir. The Director has hailed the training, saying that it’s paramount for the protection of the Somali women journalists who face a myriad challenge including digital crimes.
The Executive Director of SOWJRA Leila Aded has said that the training is important for the women journalists in Somalia who has been continuously facing digital security problems.
“This digital security training is important for our women journalists in the country. This is a response to the growing and the recurring digital crimes meted against women journalists in Somalia. We want to teach the women journalists how they can protect their privacy and information” she said