Benetton’s Foray Into News Reporting Covers Positive Events Rather Than Tragedy

Benetton’s Foray Into News Reporting Covers Positive Events Rather Than Tragedy
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UnHate News wants to put a positive spin on the injustice around the world.

Ross Brooks
  • 27 february 2014

The news may be impartial, but there are still plenty of stories that reveal hate, injustice, and a general lack of tolerance around the world. For those who want to see the bright side of life, there is a new platform called UnHate NewsDeveloped by 72andSunny AmsterdamBenetton’s UnHate Foundation and the United Nations Department of Public Information, it’s a public platform that aims to put a fresh perspective on the news and spread a better message.

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