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The fall of ‘quality’, the rise of a Quality
Quality as a sense is disappearing all around us. The diminishment of excellence or distinctiveness is just a starting point. Serge Benhayon never needs a capital ‘Q’ to announce quality and equality – he lives it.
Role models, Body awareness, Reductionism, Conscious presence, Journalism
Serge Benhayon TV – Universal Medicine and the Media
What was it about Serge Benhayon and his work that was perceived as a threat to the status quo of health and healing: are we truly free to offer services that benefit our communities? SBTV explores the repercussions of the lack of accountability in the media.
Role models, Supremacy, Accountability, Cyber-bullying, Leadership, Journalism, Media reform
“No, I am not a terrorist”. Islamophobia in today’s society.
International media has played a big part in inciting hatred and blame towards Muslims. Muslims around the world have shared how misunderstandings, stereotypes, and hateful rhetoric about their religion has affected their lives, more so in the years since 9/11.
Big Tech, Lockdowns, “iso”, and social control: waking up to a dystopian nightmare
In 2020 we got through the pandemic socialising on Facebook and Twitter. But what happens when Big Tech uses its power to silence debate? What is the world we have woken up to in 2021?
Fake news media, we get what we deserve
Is our media landscape formed not so much by corrupt media outlets, but by our own hand of indifference and complicity.
Accountability, Journalism, Media, Newspapers, Responsibility
Fake news is not new news
Is fake news really such a modern phenomenon or are we distracting ourselves by making social medial the scapegoat for a bigger problem?