“The sole aim of journalism should be service.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Quite a few of us care about freedom, diversity, and fairness for all. We care about making the world a better place, and believe that our actions matter. So, we want to know: Why are folks in Egypt or Brazil out on the streets? Why is inequality increasing? Who pays taxes, who avoids them, and how do we create a fair system? What drives innovation? Why does culture matter?
Fair Observer is run by an all volunteer team from around the world. We are adopting the non-profit model because our mission is to inform, educate and inspire. We have poured our hearts and souls into getting a global conversation going on issues that matter. We know that all of us have blindsides but when we come together cutting across class, race, language, gender and philosophies, we get a better approximation of the truth. So we focus on a 360° Analysis, where we provide the context to the issue and insights from around the world.
How does it work?
Our Beta website already provides our signature “360° Analysis.” We recognize that everyone has a bias, so we do not claim to provide “impartial” information. Instead, for any issue, we provide you its context together with various perspectives from around the world. Many of our perspectives come from narratives that have long been excluded from mainstream media. By telling you why things are happening and what other people are thinking, we enable you to navigate an increasingly complex world. Our goal is to give you a 360° view, with diversity and debate, and with the story behind the story.
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