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.
Stereotypes and prejudice are to be found at many corners in our social life – in the context of a pharmacy not less. Invited by the podcast PTA IN LOVE, Svenja took a little trip into pharmacy life and talked with moderator Nadine about intercultural communication and prejudice in pharmacies.
Through our winning of the FAIRWandler prize, Nahostcast became automatically nominated for Germany’s biggest Volunteering Award. From September 15th until October 27th, 2020, we were running in a public vote, in which everybody could cast their vote. In total, we received 499 votes and therefore reached place 53 out of 383 nominated projects. We can only say thanks to all the people voting for us!
The travel café Querido Mundo had invited us to talk about our Saudi Arabia trip. We accepted of course! It was a wonderful evening with many questions and hopefully also some answers. Thanks to everybody who joined and to Querido Mundo for the invitation and organisation!