Rooj Alwazir is a visual artist whose work deals with memory, identity and race. She is also a producer at SupportYemen Media, a cooperative production house she started with friends to tell socially driven stories in Yemen. Alongside her art, Rooj sometimes writes. You can find some of her articles in The National, Rolling Stone … Continue reading Rooj Alwazir – Yemen
Priscila Rodrigues is a black woman, Brazilian and a journalist. She was a Media Geo Lead Mentor in the project Adobe Youth Voices in Brazil. She participated in the creation of the digital platform Onlaje and the advertising campaign Favela 3D, both projects of the Escola Popular de Comunicação Crítica (Popular School of Critical Communication). … Continue reading Priscila Rodrigues Gomes – Brazil
Elaine Díaz Rodríguez is editor-in-chief at Periodismo de Barrio, an independent digital magazine focused on how climate change impacts vulnerable communities in Cuba, created in 2015. She contributes as a freelance journalist for The Guardian, The New York Times, Al Jazeera, Univision, Global Voices, among others from Havana, Cuba, where she is permanently based. She … Continue reading Elaine Diaz Rodriguez – Cuba
Alexis is a communicator who works to achieve actions in favour of the environment, conservation of natural resources and respect for life through strategic communication. His experience in the social and environmental sector is focused on the design and implementation of communication, knowledge management strategies, design of communication campaigns, strengthening communication skills and in … Continue reading Alexis Bartrina Pineda – Mexico
James Muhando is a Kenyan author, playwright and creative director. With more than fifteen years experience, James was one of the creative minds behind the successful DW’s Learning by Ear. Together with other writers, James penned down “Crossroads Generation” season two, three, and four. A poet, an actor and TV producer, James has been instrumental … Continue reading James Muhando – Kenya
As founder of Alwan wa Awtar NGO (A&A), I work closely with marginalized children and youth. A&A strives to develop underprivileged children’s skills, values and principles through experiential learning, using art as a tool for social development. Having worked in UNESCO and other International Development agencies, I found my passion working with various communities … Continue reading Azza Kamel – Egypt
Impressions of the Global Media Forum 2017 as well as from the workshop “The Virtual Reporter – 360° Storytelling” Continue reading Gallery
Seven Nations. Seven Stories. In 360 Degree. For one week, participants from Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, Cuba, Mexico, Brazil and the United States joined the workshop “The Virtual Reporter – 360° Storytelling”. They brought their own 360° recordings and their individual stories with them and edited it all to their own 360° films. Here is the … Continue reading Different Voices. One World.