The new title "Telling it as it is: Bold journalism since 1953" features notable contributors, including Tirana Hassan, Ute Klamert, Masih Alinejad, Jodie Ginsberg, and more.
The 2023 issue of Weltzeit – out now – examines the state of media under autocratic governments, how journalism worldwide responds to disinformation and laws that restrict press freedom, and what happens when AI enters the newsroom. Also in this issue, DW looks back on 70 years of broadcasting and explores the latest developments in its focus regions.
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Launched in 2009, Weltzeit is Deutsche Welle's magazine dedicated to freedom, democratic values, and unbiased information. It provides authoritative insight and opinion on international events, politics, the environment, technology, and the connections between them. Explore more than 55 issues featuring essays, op-eds and columns by the most forward-thinking leaders in the field.
The path out of global crises "must start with the smallest yet most devastating common denominator: Hunger," writes Ute Klamert, Deputy Executive Director for Partnerships and Advocacy of the UN World Food Program.
In our latest Weltzeit issue, Sarah Hoffman spoke to 101-year old Holocaust survivor Margot Friedländerand, who moved back to Germany in 2010 and regained her German citizenship.
After Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the international community responded strongly to the mounting atrocities. Tirana Hassan, executive director of Human Rights Watch, asks: Can we ensure it makes a difference?