Myanmar Risks Civil War as Military Government Attacks Pro-Democracy Protesters

Written by Oliver Toms Over 535 civilians have been killed by Government security forces after the military assumed power following a coup on 1st February. A wave of pro-democracy protests have been suppressed by government security forces, with government forces shooting directly at protesters with live ammunition in over 40 locations. Government security forces fired… Read More Myanmar Risks Civil War as Military Government Attacks Pro-Democracy Protesters

The Language of Bias – UK Media Reporting on Protests

Written by Robert MacFarlane Throughout the pandemic we’ve been glued to our TV’s, phones, computers and radios, eager for insight into the world that’s been denied to us. As such, more than ever our perception of current events has been based on the language used by media organisations and journalists. While journalists have a well-known… Read More The Language of Bias – UK Media Reporting on Protests