Acting Head of Latin America division
Blog about quality journalism in the digital age with a focus on journalists working in developing and emerging countries.
The World Cup project "Once Amigos" was not only a fantastic reporting opportunity for young journalists, it also allowed them to form strong friendships. Participant Robin Hartmann shares his experiences.
Latin America's violent history means journalists need to report in a responsible and sensitive way. A DW Akademie workshop gave reporters new insights on how to cover conflicts and the issues arising from them.
Four radio journalists who took part in a DW Akademie workshop have just been awarded one of Brazil's most important journalism prizes. Their reports look at some of the social problems existing in the Amazon region.
At the launch of the workshop series "Bajo la lupa" indigenous journalists looked at how to systematically analyze the media. The series is a joint project by DW Akademie and the GIZ's "Pro Indigena" program.
The prize-winning entries in 2013 take an in-depth look at armed conflict and the impact of devastating floods in Colombia. The prize is presented by DW Akademie and the Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla.
The "Radio Joven" project takes youths seriously, says the young Guatemalan. DW Akademie has been working with up-and-coming Guatemalan journalists since 2009, developing programs that attract young listeners.
Carolina Lopez from Mexico and Alejandro Fuentes from Bolivia met at DW Akademie's recent Berlinale film festival workshop held in Berlin. Both work for film festivals in their own country.
The Venezuelan journalist is taking part in the "Once Amigos" project. He hopes the collaboration between Latin American and German reporters will provide the media in his home country with new inspirations.