In this third episode of our Change Voices series, we are in conversation with Congolese born Huguette Diakabana, a global health practitioner whose expertise considers the practice of connecting people to life-saving technologies.
In the second episode of our Change Voices season 2 series, we explore the challenges and solutions involved in advancing African women in Science, Technology Engineering and mathematics (STEM) with leading gender researcher Dr Zamambo Mkhize.
Africa covers 6% of the earth’s surface and is home to more than 1.3 billion of the world’s population and because of its vastness, there are many myths, definitions and claims to what “Africanness” is, and what it means to be African.
The family of slain photojournalist Anton Hammerlfamily seeks justice with for his 2011 murder in Libya while covering the Libyan Civil War. To date, Hammerl’s body has not been found.
n this inaugural season two, we kick off the series with digital technology and gender expert Chenai Chair, who is a social scientist with a curiosity about the impact of technology on gender and society.
On one hand, digital technologies have empowered new narratives and yet on the other, they have journalism under siege as surveillance and online harassment batters press freedom.