Search Results for Tag: Global Media Forum
The #MeToo movement has been lauded as a catalyst for change. But what effects has it really had for women worldwide? A DW Arts.21 special brought international activists together at the Global Media Forum to find out.
Date13.06.2018 | 20:19
Tags#MeToo, Ellen Harrington, Global Media Forum, Jasad, Joumana Haddad, Rokhaya Diallo, saudi arabia, Urvashi Butalia, women's rights
Ginni Mahi, an 18-year-old pop singer from India’s northern state of Punjab, inspires change by campaigning for the rights of “lower” castes through music.
Date12.06.2018 | 10:48
TagsBaba Saheb, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, Ginni Mahi, Global Media Forum, Roma Rajpal Weiß, women's rights
This was the topic of a panel discussion I attended at the Global Media Forum that was recently held in Bonn, Germany.
Featuring four female panelists and a male moderator, the discussion covered everything from the Women’s March on Washington and the use of social media to communicate women’s narratives that are not published by the mainstream media in certain countries, to female quotas in the workplace and the UN’s sustainable development goals to achieve equal rights for women.
Date27.06.2017 | 14:38
TagsAlbana Shala, Brenda Haas, Carmen Perez, Catherina Nyambura, Femnet, Global Media Forum, IPDC. Women's March, UNESCO, Women talk online, women's rights
DW’s the Bobs competition 2015 (#thebobs15) has given an award to the Mukto Mona blog, which means ‘freethinker’ in English. One of the bloggers of the group blogging site, Rafida Ahmed Bonya, will receive the award on June 23, 2015 at GMF (#dw_gmf). We will follow her during the visit and will include regular updates about her. So stay with us!
Date20.06.2015 | 16:10
Tags#dw_gmf, #thebobs15, Arafatul Islam, assault, Avijit Roy, bangladesh, blogger, Dr. Avijit Roy, Freethinker, Global Media Forum, Mukto-Mona, Rahida Ahmed, religious fundamentalists, The Bobs
40 women, most of them from India’s most downtrodden regions, tell their stories every week through Khabar Lahariya, which literally means, “waves of news.”
Date10.06.2014 | 9:49
Infolady – the short form for “information lady” is a revolutionary concept that has provided thousands of Bangladeshi women the much-desired freedom and chance to use modern technologies. The infolady project is one of the winners in the Deutsche Welle Bobs awards for the category, “Global Media Forum Award.”
Date29.05.2013 | 9:44
TagsAziza Ahmed, bangladesh, Deutsche Welle, development, Global Media Forum, Infolady, The Bobs, women's health
Dear readers, thank you very much for the enthusiastic response we received for our blog competition announced in June. It was very exciting to know what you think about education and the kind of experiences you have had at school.
Date07.08.2012 | 12:12