In a special award ceremony at the DW in Bonn, DW Director General Peter Limbourg honored the investigative journalist today as part of the Global Media Forum. Ovuorie is the seventh Freedom of Speech Award laureate.
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"On no account should we let our voice be silenced," DW Freedom of Speech Award laureate Tobore Ovuorie said in Bonn on Monday. Other GMF speakers also called for press freedom and the safety of journalists.
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"The virtual world seems to know no borders. It brings together people from far-flung countries and different cultures and offers fantastic opportunities to extend our horizons," said Chancellor Merkel at the opening.
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The European Union has many fans among younger people. But also plenty of skeptics. ENTR is a new international social media project for everyone, launched by DW and media partners.
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DW's mainly virtual Global Media Forum (GMF) on June 14 and 15 will feature high-profile speakers, guests and participants from more than 160 countries. They will discuss aspects of the theme "Disruption and innovation."
Freelance journalist Alexander Burakov, who regularly reports for DW from Belarus, was released on Tuesday after spending 20 days in detention.
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Five filmmakers from Ethiopia have been chosen to receive one year of funding, training and mentorship from DW Akademie in a project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
DW's African Roots series portrays 50 personalities from African history. Narrated in African voices, they serve as the basis for audience debates in social media, on the radio, or at historical sites.
Ovuorie is the seventh laureate of the Freedom of Speech Award 2021. The award honors journalists' outstanding commitment to human rights and particularly, freedom of expression in the media.
DW is expanding its journalistic offering with Hungarian as its 31st broadcast language.
DW is expanding its news and information offerings for its target audience in Belarus in Russian and Belarusian.
DW's program The 77 Percent has launched a new English-language Instagram channel. The channel aims to reach even more young people, particularly women, on the African continent.
On Monday, May 10, DW will launch the account dw_stories on Instagram. With a focus on personal and empowering stories from people around the world, dw_stories is already successful on Facebook.
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DW has partnered with the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) as part of the NewsSpectrum Fellowship Program.
An exclusive data-driven investigation by DW reveals how Google's image search perpetuates sexist stereotypes. Women from Latin America, eastern Europe and southeast Asia are particularly affected.
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This month, one documentary charts the whole story of the Arab Spring, Arts. 21 marks the first German Nonfiction Prize and The 77 Percent discusses the issue of stolen African art.
In DW's new 45-minute report "Future Wars – and How to Prevent Them," Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warns that an international technological arms race is underway: "We’re right in the middle of it."
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