To whom it might concern, We are a team of three journalists/videomakers who are working on an investigative documentary project called TOXIC EUROPE. We want to uncover and show the business logic and the dangers poised by the Italian organised crime (Camorra and ‘Ndrangheta)’s illegal hazardous waste traffickingin Europe. The documentary will be filmed in the first semester of 2011 inItaly, Belgium, Luxembourg and maybe Romania. We have already been guaranteed a € 2.000 grant by the FLARE…See More
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What are climate correspondents for? asks Alex Kirby, former BBC environmental reporter. "I will try to go on being what anyone who reportson climate has to be, that contradictory figure, a serious reporter – a doubtful optimist, ahopeful scepticSee More
Here, journalists and media reporters, editors and broadcasters choose to report only relevant stories that focus on non-violent responses, innovative ideas and minds that search for a better world, and welcome only the positive insights. We refuse to cover hatred but allow those that choose for a constructive dialogue.If there is a conflict we look for the causes, and we write about actors which try to find solutions. We want to show the world that journalists aren't part of conflicts, but we…See More
In a web search for defamation, one sees various articles mentioning the criminalization of defamation: in a variety of countries, such as eastern European or Russian countries, or Zimbabwe. Various human rights organizations or NGOs are reported to have signed protests against recent attempts to re-introduce criminal defamation into law in some of them. It is often argued as an attack on press freedom.The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) does not apparently support criminalization of…See More
DHAKA, Oct 30, 2014-Bangladesh, Sierra Leone and South Sudan led a ranking of countries facing extreme risks as a result of climate change, exacerbating the chances of civil conflict, according to a study by UK researcher Maplecroft.A total of 32 countries out of 196 surveyed face that level of threat, the Bath, England-based analyst said today in an e-mailed statement, the study said.Nigeria, Chad, Haiti, Ethiopia, the Philippines, the Central African Republic and Eritrea rounded out 10 most…See More