Technology has been a blessing. But if we don't figure out a system of governance for our data, our human rights are at risk. Mark Nelson of CIMA spoke with DW on the affects of the Internet of Things on press freedom (btw: this is also a topic of their workshop @GMF ;-)) Link
Ahead of the International Day Against Homophobia and the Global Media Forum, leading Ugandan gay rights activist Kasha Nabagesera speaks with DW on the LGBT movement in Uganda and how it compares to elsewhere. Link
Let's talk about the US elections: Is international media biased when it comes to deciding which candidates will receive air time? Has Donald Trump been given far too much attention, and further, has this coverage led to him receiving more support among the American population than he normally would have? Discuss with Ines Pohl and other experts on June 15 Link
Today it's International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia and we'd like to honour this day with two interviews we did with two prominent figures of the LGBTI-scene in Germany and Uganda. Kriss Rudolph, editor-in-chief of Germany's Männer Magazin speaks about the threats posed to the LGBTI community by right-wing movements, the question of tolerance in society and what is being done to protect LGBTI migrants in Germany.