Head of Eurasia division
Blog about quality journalism in the digital age with a focus on journalists working in developing and emerging countries.
While Bangladesh is ranked as one of the most corrupt countries in the world, many who live there appear to be indifferent. A new radio program developed with DW Akademie support aims to change that.
Although Germany and China have strong economic ties, their media reports on each other can leave something to be desired. On a recent trip to China, German journalists got a new perspective on this growing world power.
For the first time since the country began its rash political transition, the Myanmar Journalism Institute (MJI) will be offering a professional training program for journalists – with support from DW Akademie.
Whether it's floods, soil erosion or storm damage, the Pacific Islands are particularly susceptible to climate change. Reporting effectively on its impact was the focus of a DW Akademie workshop for regional journalists.
Germany's Federal President Joachim Gauck has praised DW Akademie's efforts to set up a much-needed journalism school in Myanmar. He referred to the project in a speech given this week at Yangon University.