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    3 May 2012
A bad thing:
The world’s ten most restrictive countries for media are: Eritrea, followed closely by North Korea, Syria and Iran, and then Equatorial Guinea, Uzbekistan, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and Belarus, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/02/eritrea-worst-press-censor

    3 May 2012

    A bad thing:

    The world’s ten most restrictive countries for media are: Eritrea, followed closely by North Korea, Syria and Iran, and then Equatorial Guinea, Uzbekistan, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and Belarus, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).

    Read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/may/02/eritrea-worst-press-censor

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Every day so many bad things happen in this world: people die of poverty, starvation, politics fails us and corruption damages.

But every day so many good things happen as well: breakthroughs in health, science and technology, governments committing to change and people having fabulous new ideas on how to see good occur.

What if we could take just one action a day, to fight the bad and/or help the good?

This blog aims to make us aware of a bad thing and a good thing that happens everyday. And, in addition, provide an avenue to do something in response. Every day a small action, to change things, to react and make a difference.

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