Interviews

16.08.2016 Deutsche Welle

Little progress for South Africa’s miners

Little progress for South Africa’s miners

Four years ago today, the Marikana massacre shook South Africa. Police officers shot 34 workers dead and injured 78 others during a protest. DW asked governance expert Gareth Newham what has changed since then. DW: Why has so little changed as far as the miner’s living conditions are concerned? Gareth… »

11.08.2016 Milena Rampoldi

Journalism and Feminism

Journalism and Feminism

Sarah Aziza: on Journalism and Feminism By Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik. Here is my interview with the feminist journalist Sarah Aziza. A couple of days ago, ProMosaik published her article about the important Twitter campaign Can you Hear Us Now.  I think that we need more feminist… »

10.08.2016 Milena Rampoldi

Feminist journalism has particular impact

Feminist journalism has particular impact

Tara Msiska: Journalism has the Potential to make a Huge Difference by Milena Rampoldi, ProMosaik. This is my interview with the journalist Tara Lighten Msiska, a law graduate and freelance journalist. The day she graduated from the University of Edinburgh, she realised the world was more a… »

09.08.2016 Alicia Blanco

Poetry against arms

Poetry against arms

“… and while we sleep bloody wars are fought, and when we wish to wake up death strikes our door.” This quote can be heard in the tragically accurate video, but said with a clear and gentle voice.  It’s the same contrast that this campaign suggests by its very name:… »

26.07.2016 acTVism Munich

Pillaging the World: The History and Politics of the IMF

Pillaging the World: The History and Politics of the IMF

In this video we interview journalist and author Ernst Wolff. Wolff’s latest book is called “Pillaging the World: The History and Politics of the IMF” which is also available in German and Arabic. This video series aims to provide context behind the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the role… »

14.07.2016 Silvia Swinden

Imaginary Interviews: Percy and Mary Shelley

Imaginary Interviews: Percy and Mary Shelley

Today we meet Percy and Mary Shelly, a young English couple who spend a lot of time in Europe – it is rumoured that he is struggling with debts to the Inland Revenue or other creditors – and therefore they may have some interesting views on Brexit and other political… »

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