RNW Media interview with Dutch FM Bert Koenders, who handed this year's Human Rights Tulip award to IRA-Mauritania, an organisation from Mauritania working to abolish slavery.
After the announcement of the Love Matters Music Award winners, the participants in the contest unveiled new a new live show addressing love and sex, and responsibility in relationships.
This year RNW Media’s own International Justice programme played a role in provoking discussion and providing different perspectives on some key issues at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
RNW Media’s platform for young Arab voices in the Middle East and North Africa has reached the 1 million followers mark on all its social media platforms combined.
RNW Media's public forum on Women and Media in China has raised awareness of female stereotypes and other obstacles to gender equality.
RNW Media’s Love Matters is holding a two-day conclave for thousands of students at the Tula’s Institute in the northern Indian city of Dehradun.
An RNW Media International Justice event in Ivory Coast brought together young change-makers and potential instigators of post-election violence to talk about peace.
RNW Media’s Supervisory Board has appointed Jacqueline Lampe as Programme Director. Lampe will have final responsibility for RNW Media’s editorial course and will lead the organisation together with General Director Robert Zaal.
This week, Love Matters Africa launches the Love Matters Music Awards dedicated to giving young Africans the chance to produce songs on themes related to pleasure and sexuality.