To mark World Press Freedom Day on May 3, the DW Akademie is presenting its Media Freedom Navigator. The interactive website provides extensive information on the state of press freedom around the world.
In light of the growing tragedy involving migration by refugees, Deutsche Welle is presenting special content dealing with the refugee crisis - in 30 languages.
Deutsche Welle (DW) has developed a new slogan: "Made for minds." It represents a strong statement that will accompany DW's content around the world.
The Director General of Deutsche Welle, Peter Limbourg, has sharply criticised the sentencing of Chinese journalist and blogger Gao Yu to seven years in prison. Prior to her conviction, Gao Yu had written for DW.
The trial against the imprisoned Chinese journalist Gao Yu, who has written for DW, faces further delays. Her lawyer, Shang Baojun, told DW that she is in poor health after he was able to visit her on Tuesday, March 24.
The Nigerian Nobel laureate for literature, Wole Soyinka, has expressed concerns in an interview with DW that the military could take power following presidential elections in Nigeria on March 28.
Guests in DW's talk show "Global Talk" were cautiously optimistic about the effects of globalization. The special program, hosted by DW anchor Sarah Kelly, was first broadcast on Monday from the Post Tower in Bonn.