Vol. 2, N0 1 (2017)

CONFLICT REPORTING AND JOURNALISTIC NORMS/FREEDOMS IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING NATIONS

Introduction

At 6.07 GMT in the morning of Monday 27th May, 2003, Andrew Gilligan, a BBC journalist and defence correspondent, reported live on air on BBC Radio 4’s flagship morning news programme, titled ‘Today’, that; “the central claim in Tony Blair’s dossier published in September, 2002 was wrong … he knew that the forty-five minute figure was wrong even before government decided to put it in… Downing Street … ordered week before publication … to be sexed up, more exciting and ordered for more facts”.

EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A PIVOT FOR GLOBAL PEACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Introduction Education has been identified as an essential tool for achieving sustainable development leading to global peace. The term education for sustainable national development (ESND) involves integrating key sustainable development issues into teaching and learning. This may include, for examples, instruction about climate change, disaster risk reduction, biodiversity and poverty reduction and sustainable consumption, human right education and peace education.

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