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    School highlights displacement, dialogue and peace building
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WACC's JOURNAL
Media Development 2018-2

Journalism that serves the public interest

At the heart of this issue of Media Development lies an opinion piece written by the editor- in-chief of The Guardian newspaper and first published on 16 November 2017. In a world where balance and truth in news coverage appear to be at a premium and where social media often promote fake news and misinformation, public service media remain an urgent necessity.
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