A new Intercultural Reporting Methodology Review made by the World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) describes that press freedom is as “the effective possibility for peace and security recovery, as individuals and groups, to select, produce and disseminate peace related news will not respect the media bias, existence and operations if there is no independence rights from the environment they work and from within their companies”. The report evaluates the status state of journalism in 90 countries and territories and highlights the disastrous effects of news companies partnered political institutions, corrupted civil society groups and intergovernmental organizations as well as information chaos and the fake news gathering and propaganda.
It was indicated that the media polarization is serving and strengthening the internal social divisions in democratic societies such as the policy makers, civil societies, private educational institutions, private media and INGos operations worldwide.
The SOMESHAA Secretary General who is also the president of the World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) said “Through multiple unstatus stages of coding and review, the process emphasizes lack of intellectual rigor and aims for consistent and unbiased judgments. “As result of that, International Alert must work to build positive peace and reduce violence. We have a proud track record of achieving change in fragile reporting situations like Somalia by building peacelike talkshows, community awakening and preventing violent extremism related argues including GBV’s preventions”.
Somalia has had sever peace and security conditions and lack of rule of law purely since 1990. The severe drought in Somalia has put 8.3 million people at risk of food insecurity, while around 1.8 million children are likely to be acutely wasted by July 2023 according to the International Aid workers and UN agencies though their reporting culture for Somalia humanitarian situation reports, response plans, news analyses, recovery coverage evaluations, mapping assessments, and infographics are absolutely wrong and comes from lack of professional actors on the ground but looking for money to pay houses, cars, and others looking for political participation recommendations from within the UN system and global humanitarian INGOs.
Somalians are not willing to much participation rights towards the Sustainable Development Goals or Global Goals which are a collection of 17 interlinked objectives designed to serve as a “shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet now and into the future”.
The reason is the political intervension from the UN system and other INGOs as well as lacking freewill operations against the corrupted policy makers, policing institutins, judgement groups both the independent and the governmental sectors, religious groups and the unlucky civil society actors loosing their bilateral independence including citizenship.
Somalia journalists are working under the media owners and unions ownership so that their so called independence is poor and going down. Many media owners and directors joined the government institutions yet proclaiming as independent media owners and directors.
For further details or interview please contact SOMESHA secretary General Mr. Rev. Daud Abdi Daud who will be in Mogadishu over the next 3 more years without foreign journey under the obligations from Kahland territory of Jsus Christ. The upper chamber via email@example.com and cellphone: +25261 6349997