Voices/pictures : the story of International Association of Women in Radio and Television
This is the story of how women began to speak in broadcasting history. When the Dutch radiojournalist and economist Willemijn Posthumus - van der Goot in the aftermath of World War II brought together colleagues from countries that had been fierce enemies, allies or neutral, she was convinced that a woman's voice can serve mutual understanding. The International Association of Women in radio and television has grown from these roots into a world wide network. This book tells the story of sixty years of foresight, strtuggles and achievements.