Monday, 31 January 2011

South African Anabaptist news service makes hope visible

Filed under: Africa files,Media and Conflict,Religion and peacebuilding — story spotted by Catherine Morris @ 16:22 PDT

There are many positive news stories that do not enjoy the same attention in the mainstream media as other violent and sensational narratives, claims Andrew Suderman, Director of the Anabaptist Network in South Africa (ANiSA).

2011 marks the first anniversary of ANiSA’s work in bringing inspiring stories to South Africans through it Alternative News service.

Among them are features about hungry children being fed, students of peace learning non-violent responses to conflict, and ordinary people making extraordinary sacrifices to bring hope and justice to those on the margins.


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