#MMN- Migrant Media Network Toolkit featured on YENNA_IOM
written by Olumide Olufemi YENNA is the International Organization for Migration’s online learning platform on community engagement for the promotion of safe migration. It is designed to help experts in the creation of better activities and to increase the active participation of communities on migration-related topics. What I find interesting about this learning platform is…Read More
IOM_ Germany Q&A with two team members of the Migrant Media Network
#MMN – Migrant Media Network featured by IOM – Germany written by Olumide Olufemi Yahya Moro Yapha, a Gambian Diaspora Mentor of #MMN who has had first-hand experience with irregular migration alongside Susanne Bellinghausen, Project Manager for the #Migrant Media Network Project were interviewed by IOM_Germany on their impactful work in raising awareness across Ghana and…Read More
We chose ‚pro-active‘ as our motto diving into 2023 – a call to us at home and to all our teams, colleagues and partners wherever they may be to take the lead in strengthening their communities, to think out of the box, to act on and create new initiatives.Read More
The #237footBERLIN calendar 2023
Featuring Cameroonian diaspora football clubs based in Berlin in an effort to identify and support the voices in these clubs that can help support peacebuilding efforts in Cameroon.Read More
Launch of the #237footBERLIN Calendar 2023 An initiative of #defyhatenow / Lancement du calendrier #237footBERLIN 2023 Une initiative de #defyhatenow
Time: Friday, December 16th, 6pm – 8pmLocation: r0g_agency OPEN CULTURE SPACE Knobelsdorffstr. 22 14059 Berlin Title: Football, Peacebuilding, and Human Rights An evening of discussion and reflection & Launch of the #237footBERLIN Calendar 2023 An initiative of #defyhatenow The #defyhatenow project seeks to provide community-based and data-driven solutions to the problem of hate speech, disinformation,…Read More
No Roses From My Mouth, Featuring Stella Nyanzi – Open Culture Feminist Café Event.
This Open Culture Feminist Café event will highlight Stella’s work and we will learn more about her continued resistance while in exile. She will also read a selection of poems from her books, as writing poems is an integral part of her fight against oppression and her way of inspiring a revolution.
Date: Friday, December 9th, 2022
Was macht eigentlich “Open Culture” ? r0g_agency wurde in der Berliner Lokalzeitung, dem Kiezblatt, vorgestellt.
r0g_agency was featured in Berlin’s local newspaper, the Kiezblatt. The KiezBlatt is the neighborhood newspaper for Klausenerplatz in Berlin. It is published by the Kiezbündnis and appears four times a year. The newspaper has a circulation of 4000 copies. It is free of charge and is distributed in stores, restaurants and other establishments. The KiezBlatt…Read More
r0g_newsletter: fall 2022
With fall having arrived here in Berlin, we wanted to slow down for a moment to look back over the past few months and provide you with some updates about our projects.
We hope you enjoy reading it. As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to get involved.
Shifting Power: Towards Decolonial Feminist Foreign Policy – Open Culture Feminist Café Event.
Join us for an important conversation with experts and advocates from diverse regional contexts in order to exchange ideas on establishing decolonial feminist foreign policies that could lead to a global shift in power.
Date: Friday, November 18, 2022
Crushing the Hate Curve – How peace technologies counter violent extremism online.
Time: Monday, November 7th, 6pm – 8pmLocation: r0g_agency OPEN CULTURE office Knobelsdorffstr. 22 14059 Berlin r0g_agency’s #defyhatenow initiative to counter social media hate speech and online incitement to violence was born in reaction to the sudden explosion of violent conflict in South Sudan at the end of 2013. When the relationship between social media and…Read More