ICTJ: In Focus: Taking to the Airwaves to Empower Victims in Nepal

ICTJ ICTJ In Focus 65
February 2017

In Focus


Light in the Darkness: Light in the Darkness: “The Story Kitchen” Turns Victims into Reporters in NepalJaya Luintel was a radio reporter in Nepal during the country’s civil war, covering the conflict’s impact on women. Now, she’s helping female victims produce and broadcast their own stories to a national audience. Discover how her organization, The Story Kitchen, empowers women in Nepal.

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