Human rights reporting

Podcast
Globale Dialoge – Women on Air
  • human rights
    50:02
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50:52 Min.
The “secular vs. religious” binary – women’s rights and knowledge production
audio
56:57 Min.
Frauenschutzhäuser in Ecuador: Zivilgesellschaft im Kampf gegen Gewalt
audio
55:14 Min.
Melilla: Europäische Angst vor einer Invasion.
audio
52:35 Min.
Zeltia Mosquera: ein Dialog über die Konstruktion lebendiger Erinnerungen und Identitäten.
audio
56:57 Min.
AMLEGA Melillas Verband von Lesben, Schwulen, Transsexuellen und Bisexuellen: Hier leisten wir Tag für Tag Widerstand
audio
54:49 Min.
Wie können wir intersektional handeln? Und der Angriff auf Selbstbestimmung in den USA
audio
57:00 Min.
Reisen und Migration
audio
57:08 Min.
Bergbau in Ecuador: Proteste rund um den Naturschutz
audio
49:25 Min.
Von bodyrEVOLution! bis “who got the power?” – Skin Festival 2022
This workshop took place on the 07.03. this year with Sara Creta. She is an award-winning photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, with extensive experience investigating human rights abuses. Over the past years she documented on -the-ground conditions in forced migration situation, human rights violation, crisis management and cultures in transitions. We discussed the potential of journalism in contribution to human rights protection, awareness, and debated, in ignoring, silencing, or misrepresenting human rights issues around the world or, in extreme situations, in inciting hatred, genocide and crimes against humanity. This broadcast provides an insight into how journalists translate human rights issues, revealing different reporting patterns and levels of detail in reporting, and suggesting different levels of engagement with human rights issues. More information about Sarah Cretas work: https://saracreta.com/bio/ Sendungsgestaltung: Pia Steiner Musik: My people – Yusuf Islam Talkin‘ bout a revolution – Tracy Chapman Imagine – John Lennon Fotocredit: Sarah Creta

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