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How 17th century refugees used the printing press to fight their oppressors – and laid the foundations of modern humanitarianism

By David de Boer, Assistant professor, Radboud University
For victims of mass violence around the world, attracting foreign media attention can be a matter of life and death. Right now, Palestinian reporters are risking their lives on a daily basis to keep the world’s eyes on the suffering in Gaza, and international coverage has been crucial to receiving humanitarian aid, mobilising widespread protest movements and exerting political pressure on Israel and its allies.

The Israeli government is also clearly aware of the power of local reporting…The Conversation

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