Iran is often portrayed as a restrictive and conservative country, though in particular young people in bigger cities strive for a more western lifestyle – including partying and alcohol. Together with our guest Keivan, we talk about how (social) rules in Iran affect public and private life.
Hello and welcome to Nahostcast – be it Fridays for Future in Lebanon, Backpacking in Saudi Arabia, renewable energies in Morocco or the Algerian festival „Raconte-Arts“ – there are a lot of exciting stories and discussions about the cultures, societies and politics of West Asia and North Africa waiting for you.
In the frame a podcast-workshop we guide pupils of the Johanna-Eck School in Tempelhof, Berlin, through to the production of their first and own podcast episode. We want to dive into the medium podcast together and make many new voices be heard by producing episodes from a pupil point of view. We are very grateful for being granted this opportunity through the support of the Sozialpädagogischen Institut Berlin “Walter May”.
We were asked by the association Grenzgänger to take part in the project move digital. This aims to provide teenagers with the space to learn and try out political tools. Our input is a special podcast episode, in which we discuss the political potential of podcast production.
We have decided that we want to pursue more projects on top of the podcast. For this end, we will need a suitable legal form. So after a bit tedious struggle with German bureaucracy, we can now proudly announce the forthcoming of an official and non-profit association – NAHOSTCAST e.V. Starting now, we will be […]