Danske medier svigter den offentlige debat om Syrien

Danske medier svigter den offentlige debat om Syrien

  Af Jesper Munk Jakobsen* 23. april 2018 Danmark har ikke tradition for at redde civile menneskers liv i Mellemøsten, når vi involverer os i konflikter ved at anvende militær. Regeringen bakker op om endnu en militæraktion i Mellemøsten, og nu står den danske befolkning igen som statister i en film, som har været spillet […]

Dislike! Facebook bans article about Google working with Pentagon

Dislike! Facebook bans article about Google working with Pentagon

  By Jan Oberg March 9, 2018 Intro This short article documents how Facebook – in a non-dialoguing way – practices censorship. This and many other cases was a major reason that TFF launched The Transnational – a new multidimensional peace platform and try to push the debate about our issues out of Facebook and […]

Time to challenge the War System

Time to challenge the War System

By Jake Lynch • “Free elections and free markets” represent “the single sustainable model for national success”. So declared the US National Security Strategy published by the Administration of George W Bush in 2002. It’s a document better known for the novelty of its proposed variation on the traditional UN provision for the legal use […]

How Peace Journalism can deescalate conflict in the age of Trump and North Korea

How Peace Journalism can deescalate conflict in the age of Trump and North Korea

  By Michael Greenwell* • It came as a slight relief to see at least some measured coverage of Donald Trump’s recent visit to South Korea. Sections of the media have been predicting World War III – and focusing on barbed and incendiary comments between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jon-un – so stories […]

What is peace journalism?

What is peace journalism?

  By Jake Lynch • Peace journalism is when editors and reporters make choices – about what to report, and how to report it – that create opportunities for society at large to consider and to value non-violent responses to conflict. If readers and audiences are furnished with such opportunities, but still decide they prefer […]