Thinkbrigade is an independent online magazine, which is published by a united, collaborative and multi-media team of 35 international reporters. It aims to showcase “best practices” of multimedia reporting through a team-based method where sharing ideas and skills takes place in order to cover the timely topics that matter to the world.Here, the ThinkBrigade reporters can collaborate and share their work. See More
"I though for a long time I was just too old for all this, but after many invitations to one, second, third, fourth and fifth social network realized that's something useful. First just family all over the world, than friends from meetings,…"
"You made the point. Screens everywhere make us blinder. And the ilusion that the net is full of information and we could shut down all print media. About 90% of real information comes on the net from media, only 10 % are some contributions of…"
"Maybe environmentaly newspapers are realy not a good choice, but stop a while. The whole world needs to stop a while and for that, newspapers are the best choice. You can read the information over and over again, you can cut the text out and save it…"
It was great meeting you at the Climate Action Conference in Brussels. Great you joined our community and I hope you will make the best of it. Feel free to upload your articles/blogs and share your ideas with us and other members of the community.
The EU Institute for Security Studies EUISS: reflection and the media.Alert 17 from the EUISS concerns Ukraine from the perspective of China. Written by Camille Brugier, Nicu Popescu, it shows careful, tidy analysis, illustrating the competing and sometimes contradictory forces at work on…See More
By Apollo Kut AlierDevelopment and State-building in South Sudan.28 March 2014 at 21:58There are a few things the government of South Sudan cannot risk to grapple with. One is the stance it adopts towards the so-called rebels; the armed men and women who have receded to the woods in defiance of Juba. Their misgivings may be ill-placed, and at times even wild,but that is no reason to ignore them.The government is better off opening doors of dialogue with this malcontents than seeking to bomb…See More