On the occasion of International Women’s Day, several festive events were organized in the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, Rabat, to praise the path and professionalism of Moroccan women journalists who work in various national and international media.
This celebration was an occasion to express respect and recognition for all Moroccan women, and for female journalists who have left a mark on their path in the history of excellence in media practice in Morocco.
Our media colleague Samira Walnabi, at Radio Monte Carlo International in Paris, was among the media women who had the honor of being praised and honored in the first news channel in which she worked for several years. before you join In the news section of “Monte Carlo International” in 2004, it undertakes news coverage of events with their political, economic and cultural diversity, especially news coverage in areas of armed conflict.
In addition to her professional path, her interview with TV Channel 1 in Rabat also touched on her literary interests as a Moroccan poet, writer and novelist in France.
The media, Samira and the Prophet, expressed her pride With this kind attention she was given by a well-established media institution, which was her first school in the field of media, namely: the Radio and Television Corporation of the Kingdom of Morocco in Rabat.
She said, “I am proud of this warm reception, and I am proud of my friends and colleagues in the profession of trouble. This celebration is a tribute not only to the Moroccan journalist, but also to Moroccan women in general.”
These are the festive events that were organized On the occasion of International Women’s Day in Morocco, To embody the role of Moroccan women inside and outside the country, the struggling working woman who is always successful in raising challenges and the distinguished pioneer in all fields, especially in the field of media.