Tilman Wörtz

Porträt Tilman Wörtz, Journalist bei der Agentur Zeitenspiegel

Tilman Wörtz studied politics and economics in Erlangen, Paris and Mexico City. Since 2000 he has been working as a reporter for Zeitenspiegel Reportagen. He is interested in the economic and political development of countries in crisis. In Ivory Coast he established the school of journalism, Studio-Ecole Mozaik, along with his partner, Souleymane Oulai, in cooperation with forty partner radio stations throughout the country.

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Policy against disasters

Policy against disasters

Interview with Thomas Loster

Insurance companies could provide protection during droughts in Africa. How exactly this could be done is what the industry is currently trying to figure out. First experiences are available. An interview with the Managing Director of the Munich Re Foundation, Thomas Loster

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Slaves do not produce quality

Slaves do not produce quality

By Tilman Wörtz

Every child in Germany knows Ritter Sport – but most of the children harvesting cocoa on western African plantations have never even eaten chocolate. Can a chocolate manufacturer change the world? Conversation with Alfred Ritter about the power and powerlessness of a businessman.

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