After the political change in Sri Lanka that enabled new possibilities for the development of civil society, it is meaningful to look at the work of media, especially that of television, and to give it new incentives.
Do you want to contribute your own perspective to the development of public good-oriented artificial intelligence applications? Do you want to become a multiplier in a global community? Take part in our Fellowship programme and expand your skill sets through virtual workshops and meetings. The deadline for applications is 20th of March 2023.
Artists from 14 African countries meet in workshops and create a new (comic) world together!
Discover new perspectives, learn more about African comic art in videos and follow the creation of new stories!
Since time immemorial, Western literature has been characterised by stereotypical notions of gender. Myths and fairy tales, classical and modern literature are teeming with brave courageous heroes and long-suffering female figures. What is going on here and what is the negotiation actually about?
The Goethe-Institut in Addis Abeba in partnership with the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences, the Children’s Science Center and their networks of public, private and international schools will host the Science Film Festival 2020 from 03 December till 20 December 2020 in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.
At the end of August 2020, we had an Edit-A-Thon workshop to the newly launched Goethe-Institute’s programme “Decolonise the Internet” Decolonize the Internet - Goethe-Institut. After the workshop an editing and translation competition with great prizes took place. At the Goethe-Institut of addis Ababa, 14 women have participated on the workshop and five have taken part in the competition. Here is an interview of the best three who won prizes.
Join us on an exciting journey through Addis Ababa, its past, present or future. Tackle different tasks on your way, meet Mighty Past, Lady Present or The Great Future, exchange information with other gamers and have a say in the future of your city.
The Ethiopian Gaming Festival, CHEWATACON, is the first-ever festival of its kind that aims to celebrate the Ethiopian gaming culture and explores dimensions of games and play in the local context and beyond.