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Sensationalized Journalism: Deconstructing CBC’s Fifth Estate Documentary on Eritrea

Sensationalised Journalism fifth estate
Progressive journalism requires intelligent and balanced perspectives where the public is intelligently informed of all aspects in order that they can make an informed opinion as instead of being provided one sensationalized narrative which further polarizes and divides the issues and potentially impacts the peace and stability in the region.

By Ruby Sandhu,

As an individual who has made a number of visits to Eritrea on various mandates including independently, I express deep concern at the content which was unduly biased, sensationalized and inflammatory and where premised on themes presumptively predicated on subversive agendas including where reference was made to: Continue reading Sensationalized Journalism: Deconstructing CBC’s Fifth Estate Documentary on Eritrea

Human Rights Watch Reports Eritrean Cultural Norms as Abuses

HRW latest superfluous report on Eritrea should be seen as a malicious distortion of an African reality towards a political end

HRW’s dispecable misrepresentations of the cherished Eritrean dining culture as an abuse

By E-SMART,

In an effort to undermine Eritrea’s sustainable development in general, and its promising mining industry in particular, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has issued yet another report based on the usual fabrications and deliberate distortions of Eritrea’s cultural norms and national realities.

Though HRW has admitted that it has no presence in, and had never visited Eritrea, nonetheless, it has boldly chosen to indict Eritrea on “human rights abuses” based on dubious testimonies of only four peopleContinue reading Human Rights Watch Reports Eritrean Cultural Norms as Abuses