Among the speakers at DW’s Global Media Forum (GMF) 2018 in Bonn, Germany in June are EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai and Freedom of Speech Award laureate Sadegh Zibakalam.
DW is awarding the Freedom of Speech Award to Iranian political scientist Sadegh Zibakalam. DW Director General Peter Limbourg is going to present the prize to Zibakalam at the Global Media Forum in Bonn on June 12.
British foreign secretary Boris Johnson renewed his allegation that it was extremely likely that Vladimir Putin personally gave the order to use the nerve agent to attack the former spy Sergei Skripal.
“DW’s science and environmental programs are generally doing really well, but Eco@Africa is definitely a success story of its own,” DW's Director General said on the occasion of the 100th edition of the TV program.
Jamshid Barzegar is the new head of the Farsi service at Deutsche Welle in Bonn. The renowned journalist with a PhD in political science was previously senior Iran analyst and Farsi editor at the BBC in London.
65 years ago, DW was founded to offer multilingual news to foreign audiences abroad and to promote democratic values. In our anniversary year, we are launching DW Freedom, an initiative encouraging freedom of speech.
Deutsche Welle has launched a new video series on YouTube. “Crash Course Arabic” features animations, unusual props and a healthy dose of humor as it relates bits of trivia from across all eras of history.
Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster, is continuing to expand its global network of correspondents after opening a new office in Istanbul with further bureaus planned for Asia and Latin America.
DW's new series "African Roots" uses online comics and radio broadcasts to highlight 25 important African personalities. The project, funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation, is aimed at young audiences.
Fleeing your homeland to start a new life in a foreign country: Saša Stanišic, Aeham Ahmad and several other artists share their stories in DW’s online and TV special “After the Escape.”
Shababtalk, DW's popular and equally controversial Arabic-language TV format, has been honored by the Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Awards, winning the prize in the “Radio and TV” category.
Deutsche Welle kicked off a new debate platform on December 4, 2017, launching “The 77 percent.”
DW’s multimedia project “Kids4climate” is giving children from around the globe a strong voice to draw attention to climate change in their home regions and what they can do to mitigate the effects.
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