This year’s Human Rights Film Series takes us from war-torn Syria to the democracy movement in Nigeria to the battlefields of prison reform and immigration policy here in the US.
Almost thirty years after they made her famous, Sharbat Gula’s eyes have inspired another story, this time a sci-fi-touched indie film.
This summer, I had the opportunity to delve into Nepal’s troubled media scene, hoping to identify policy changes that could help protect Nepali journalists in the future. This is what I found.
The Center for Media & Social Impact‘s 10th Media That Matters conference brought over a dozen expert media-makers to the stage, sparking a series of conversations about the elements that go into creating a meaningful digital experience.
Through the use of video conferencing technology, Virtual Dinner Guest invites people in different countries to sit at the same table, share a meal, and have a conversation.
The kids were out in full force at this year’s National Cherry Blossom Festival, running around blankets, rolling down hills, and enjoying the first signs of Spring.
A group of young people in Cairo asked us to take this question to people on the streets of DC: “Do you think America is the best place to come to make a better life?”
We asked a group of young people in Cairo to take this question to people on the streets: “What advice would you give to the next generation of Egyptians?”