The DW Global Media Forum 2021 explored ways to address disruptions with innovation. In the aftermath of an extraordinary year, we continue to meet challenges head-on with digital solutions and mutual exchange.
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DW Freedom of Speech Award winner Tobore Ovuorie has risked her life as an investigative journalist. She talks about the long-term consequences of her exposing human trafficking, freedom of speech and her future plans.
The start-up contest @GMF presented by DW welcomed media start-ups from around the globe to pitch their ideas and business models. The event was as part of this year's Global Media Forum.
GMF Compact explores advances in technology and medicine you may not have heard about before.
Does high-tech always imply powerful computers? Sometimes the simplest of inventions can change history forever.
Thinking about launching a business? Don't miss these important to dos.
Some disruptive events continue to shape our societies. Let us learn from such moments of upheaval, calamity and ruin.
Alexa, what's artifical intelligence? A look at AI biases, job losses, machine rights and mistakes made by AI.
Whether in the USA in 2016 or in Germany in 2021: Hackers target elections. How to combat election interference.
The use of facial recognition tech has surpassed that of fingerprints and is used around the world -- but at what cost?
Why would governments want to shut down internet services? What can you do to work around this?
Felipe Neto, Youtuber from Brazil, about his work, social media and the Brazilian president Bolsonaro.
Elif Shafak on freedom of speech, mental health and literature in the digital age.
The suspected members of Iranian intelligence allegedly planned to "forcibly take" a US journalist and human rights activist from New York to Iran. Masih Alinejad had spoken at the Global Media Forum 2021 a month earlier.
Misogyny in newsrooms and state oppression pose challenges for women journalists, the founder of the Coalition For Women in Journalism says. But she also sees changes in the way women and LGBTQ journalists fight back.
Public broadcasters have to make programs for the entire population, Ellen Ehni says. However the editor-in-chief of Germany's WDR also stresses that not every dimension of diversity can be represented in every program.
EBU Director General Noel Curran welcomes projects beyond borders designed to stregthen public broadcasting across Europe. Curran believes that public broadcasters will still play a vital role in the future.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro believes COVID is a joke - but entertainer and YouTuber Felipe Neto is not laughing. He's taking the South American leader to task online, resulting in many followers and haters alike.
To prevent growing political polarization on social media, "minimal and clear regulations" are desperately needed. This is what Oxford Professor of Internet Studies Philip F. Howard told DW in an interview.
Irene Khan fears for the lives of journalists - especially women. As UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of expression, she observes a worrying trend - and fights to reverse it.
Elif Shafak defends human rights, shares insights into her experience with depression and advocates a different media environment. The award-winning novelist will also participate in this year's Global Media Forum.
The Nigerian journalist and publisher of TheCable says that while Twitter and Facebook may help professional media organizations in their distribution, they also create the biggest spaces for mobs to congregate.
Protecting sources is an important aspect of press freedom and journalism. The president of the European Newspaper Publisher's Association (ENPA) sees dangers in a new EU proposal for electronic data transfer.
The Global Media Forum fellowship program has welcomed a total of over 1,000 people from all around the world since 2012. In 2020, the initiative had to go online because of COVID-19. This year, it continues digitally.
Learn more about the DW Global Media Forum, the international media summit organized annually by Germany’s international public broadcaster. As COVID continues, we have sought digital ways to keep the conversation going.
Angela Merkel - Federal Chancellor of Germany (2021)
Armin Laschet - Minister-President of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany (2021)
Leymah Gbowee - Activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Liberia (2021)
Timothy Snyder - Historian, Yale University, USA
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya - Belarusian opposition leader (2021)
Steven Pinker - Cognitive psychologist, Harvard University, USA (2021)
Masih Alinejad - Women's rights campaigner, Iran (2020)
Maria Ressa - Co-founder and CEO of the news website Rappler, Philippines (2020)
Anne Applebaum - Pulitzer Prize winner, USA (2020)
Jaron Lanier - Computer scientist and author, USA (2019)
Can Dündar - Former editor-in-chief of "Cumhuriyet", Turkey (2019)
Juliana Rotich - Tech entrepreneur, Kenya (2019)
Hamid Karzai - Former President of Afghanistan (2018)
Tom Buhrow - Director General of Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), Germany (2018)
Dr. Ann Hollifield - News and media researcher, USA (2017)
Mikhail Khodorkovsky - Founder of Open Russia, Russia (2017)
Monika Grütters, Federal Government Commissionar for Culture and the Media, Germany (2015)
Frank-Walter Steinmeier - President of Germany (2014)
Sarah Harrison - British journalist and WikiLeaks section editor, UK (2014)
Noam Chomsky - Linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic and political activist, USA (2013)
Shirin Ebadi - Lawyer, former judge and human rights activists, founder of the Defenders of Human Rights Center, Iran (2008)
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