Atinka’s Regina Asamoah moderates Dialogue on Sexual Violence and Assault

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Acting Head of News and Current Affairs of Atinka Media Village, Regina Asamoah, will be moderating a panel discussion at the National Dialogue on Sexual Violence and Assault.

This year’s National Dialogue on Sexual Violence and Assault will take place on 16th April, 2019 at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel.

Moderating a high level panel discussion on the ‘Role of the media, young people, traditional leaders and CSOs in addressing Sexual Violence in Ghana’, she will have distinguished personalities highly knowledgeable in the affairs of Gender and Children to discuss the topic thoroughly.

The panel will consist of the representatives from the Ghana National Child Rights Coalition, UNICEF/Ghanaians Against Child Abuse, Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (Ghana Police Service, United Nations Population Fund / Coalition of Persons against Sexual & Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) and Harmful Practices (CoPASH), Plan International Ghana, Defense for Children and Ghana Journalist Association.

Profile of Ms. Regina Asamoah

Ms. Regina Asamoah is a professional journalist who do not only focus on the primary duties of the profession. She has for the past nine years sought to go beyond just writing and reporting on issues of concern but rather to live through the stories she tells.

She holds of a Master’s Degree in Development Communication and a Bachelor Degree in Communication (Journalism) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.  She has worked with several media outlets including online journalism. Currently she is the Acting Head of News and Current Affairs at Atinka Media Village (Atinka 104.7fm, Atinka Tv,

As one of Atinka Media Village’s editorial team leaders, she plays a key role in defining and determining the content for news and driven towards ensuring high journalistic standards in broadcast reporting.

One of her focus has been working around championing the advancement of women's and child's rights (gender activism).  She has written thesis and publications on these areas which sparked public discourse both on radio and social media.

Through her reportage several defiled girls have received justice with others receiving sponsorship to go back to school. 

Her strength for her work is drawn from one of Nelson Mandela’s quote ‘We can change the World and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference’.

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