Human rights activist Kartika Manurung reports on the emergence and impact of the “Omnibus Law on Job Creation” in Indonesia.
Petrus Tuta Nangolo and Victory Nakalenga report on consequences in the Namibian tourism sector by Covid-19 pandemic
Which everyday experiences do artists and cultural workers face since the outbreak of Covid-19? In three podcasts with perspectives from different continents, we aim to gather personal impressions and explore the question of what the future holds for the arts and culture scene.
The Berlin based startup Manuyoo contributes its part to solve one of the main problems on the African continent: a lack of value creation has led to a dependency on trade in unprocessed raw materials. Therefore, Manuyoo offers businesses from our neighboring continent the opportunity to sell their goods here in Germany.
The sisters Srijana and Srishti Jayana launched a start-up for macramé products in Bhaktapur, Nepal in the midst of the pandemic.
Social media has long since become the most important mouthpiece for most people in public life, including athletes. The fact that political protests can also take place on these channels was demonstrated by many Nigerian athletes worldwide in October 2020
Many people in Slovakia feel a distinct nostalgia for socialism. Was everything better in former times? A conversation with teacher Silvia Gemzová
Covid-19 as a source of inspiration?
Ugandan dancer and entrepreneur Nduhira Ismail Athilai inspires with his performance and describes the impact of Covid-19 on the cultural and arts scene.
Which role should international DC play in the near future? From a post-colonial perspective, we urgently need comprehensive reforms.
Social scientist Pankhuri tells us about domestic violence in India, the effects of the Corona pandemic on the current situation and possibilities to escape violence.