Siham Regol and Ross Moghry, former presenters of NOS Youth NewsLearn about stories of aggressive behavior in NOS Sport. And the presenters said, on Monday evening, that they didn’t like the atmosphere and didn’t like coming there Genk.
“We preferred not to be on that floor above us,” Moghri said. “It was less good in there. As a woman, it wasn’t a fun place. We all actually knew that and said that to each other.” According to the presenter, there were “certain types” she preferred not to meet. “Then I plunged into the toilet or took a walk.”
Jinek, who has worked on NOS himself, recognizes what Moghri is drawing. ,, This was somewhat acceptable because there was no argument about it. At least, I don’t remember.” Mogri says she taught herself certain “safety mechanisms” to deal with the situation. “I never thought: I have to say something about it.” That’s why she found the column written by former professional cyclist Maren de Vries “Very powerful,” because it made her realize that many women, herself included, often “make normal things unnatural.”De Vries wrote about it in her column Misbehavior in NOS.
I laughed at a lot of things. “The stupidity of such a man is laughable,” she says, but sometimes there were situations that she found threatening or upsetting. “I’ve never come into contact with any managers, but I think it’s important to speak up now, to the next generation, so they can talk about this with each other and get it right.”
Gather up the courage
Also, Rajool did not feel comfortable in this department. “Sometimes you had to ask something in the sports editors and then you had to have the courage to ask what you had to ask and go as soon as possible.” She’s been talking to her colleagues about the fact that it’s mainly about “certain people.” Moggré: We also divided it: today you have to go to the sport because yesterday I already went.
Moghri mainly blames the leadership. “The editor-in-chief has been there for twenty years, and the complaints have been received for years and nothing has been done about it. It has been very painful and frustrating for the people who have been there.”
For Rigul, the story was also an antecedent NOS Studio SportsAisha Marghadi is a well-known broadcaster. Marghadi said in an article published on Friday to the newspaper Volkskrant that she was bullied because of her origin, among other things. Raigul says she also had to deal with racism during her work, though she doesn’t say where or when. “I didn’t even get to the point of sexism, because I had to deal with racism so much.” For example, she was told that she got her job “only” because of her origin. “It makes you feel so small, so bad. And meanwhile, you want to do your job well and prove yourself. Loneliness is the biggest feeling around.”
When she says something, she is said to react “very emotionally” and with “angry ease”. “Then I was portrayed as an angry black woman, and then you started to doubt yourself again.”
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