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Media Development 2017/2

Reforming the World

Celebrating 500 years of the Reformation, what does it mean today to promote media reform and the right to communicate? Communicators − especially journalists and others who open people’s eyes and ears to inequality and injustice − have a moral duty to tell it like it is, to disturb the world, and to dream of a better future for all.

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