ViewsWeek’s mission is to promote transparency and high standards of ethics in journalism. It’s focused on critical areas of security, environment, food and energy crisis in Asia, Africa and beyond. The platform offers views from hotspots around the world, especially the South Asian region.
It not only produces its own contents generated by its affiliates but also aggregates articles published in numerous media outlets in the areas of its focus.
The ViewsWeek delivers unbiased and independent coverage of the security, development, socio-economic and religious narratives being promoted in the media and inside think tanks in the regions of its focus.
The idea is to create greater intra-continental understanding of identical, different and sometimes competing narratives on international issues that unite and divide the world. Focus on cultures and creating greater interfaith understanding for peace and social harmony will also be visible on the ViewWeek pages.
ViewsWeek highlights media’s role in moulding public opinion. The role of media has come under sharp scrutiny in many societies around the world, especial the ones that face the challenge of extremism and stereotyping. ViewsWeek will bring media’s role in educating or de-educating societies around the world.
It will build partnerships with newspapers, academic publications and think tanks in its areas of focus to work on collaborative projects or content sharing.
Opinions expressed in the articles published on this website do not reflect the policy or endorsement of ViewsWeek.com.
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