sef: insight

sef: insight 6|2018

"Journalists find themselves in a tight corner"
Interview with Rev Geraldine Fobang
on local journalism in armed conflicts

sef: insight 5|2018

"The media have a very big role in
promoting social cohesion"
Interview with William Tayeebwa on
conventional and peace journalism

sef: insight 4|2018

"Women are underrepresented in social insurance"
Interview with Raquel Tebaldi on gender considerations in social protection

sef: insight 3|2018

"Mining in Africa has not worked for its people"
Interview with Nkateko Chauke on the SADC Basic Income Grant

sef: insight 2|2018

"The alternative to democracy is democracy"
Interview with Professor Samir Kumar Das from India

sef: insight 1|2018

"Young people all over the world need to get political"
Interview with Hajer Sharief from Libya

sef: insight 9|2017

"We need to make the SDGs more accessible"
Interview with Abdihakim Ainte on SDG implementation in Somalia

sef: insight 8|2017

"Energy is fundamentally political"
Interview with Tasneem Essop on decentralised renewable energy systems

sef: insight 7|2017

"Local partnerships are key"
Interview with Mariam Yunusa on the importance of SDG localisation

sef: insight 6|2017

"More advocacy work needed"
Interview with Cephas Lumina on the Guiding
Principles on Foreign Debt and Human Rights

sef: insight 5|2017

"Women are losing out"
Interview with Ranja Sengupta on the
effects of trade and investment liberalization

sef: insight 4|2017

"Exclusion is not an event but a
process which builds up over time"
Interview with Oury Traoré

sef: insight 3|2017

"Weaving back trust into the social fabric"
Interview with Bernardo Arévalo de León

sef: insight 2|2017

"Young people can effect change"
Interview with Job Shipululo Amupanda

sef: insight 1|2017

"Skills are critical for the job market"
Interview with Misan Rewane
NEWS

How to defend digital rights?

REPORT ONLINE

Internet freedom is threatened in many states by restrictions to net neutrality or by governments shutting down internet applications. But there are rays of hope. In different world regions, civil society is mobilizing to protect net neutrality. sef: discussed activists’ experiences from different world regions with ´Gbenga Sesan from Nigeria and Thomas Lohninger from Austria during a roundtable talk at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum.

Read the most important results of the discussion in our short report

:further info here

sef: insights 5-6|2018

NEW PUBLICATIONS

How can local media contribute to peaceful societies? Rev Geraldine Fobang from Cameroon and Dr William Tayeebwa from Uganda explain the challenges and chances for peace journalism in armed conflicts at the Berlin Summer Dialogue.

Read the interviews as sef: insights or watch them as video!

:further info here