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Aralynn Mcmane

Bayonne, France
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About Aralynn
Aralynn MCMANE is a journalist based in Bayonne, France. She specializes in stories about news media, especially as they relate to the young, and about cyber solutions for older people. She has also done some travel writing and has an interest in climate change as it relates to young people.
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English French
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Research Interview (Print / Radio / Podcast) Journalism
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Current Affairs Media Training Travel
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Shaken by war in Ukraine, children turn to art for hope

04 Apr 2024  |  news-decoder.com
Children worldwide are creating art to express support for Ukrainian children affected by the Russian invasion. Initiatives like #KidsDrawPeace4Ukraine, organized by Global Youth & News Media, encourage news outlets to collect children's artwork. Projects in Austria, France, the United States, Great Britain, Finland, Canada, India, and Argentina have seen significant participation. Funds raised through these activities have supported organizations like Caritas and Voices of Children Foundation, which provide aid and psychological support to children in conflict zones. The article highlights the global solidarity with Ukrainian children and the therapeutic role of art in times of crisis.

World Press Freedom Day: Journalists Under Threat, Disinformation on the Rise

27 Mar 2022  |  News Decoder
The article discusses the challenges faced by journalists and the state of press freedom on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day. It highlights the threats to journalists worldwide, with a special focus on women journalists, and the increase in journalists being murdered, jailed, or blocked from reporting. The article mentions the Windhoek Declaration's 30th anniversary and the conference hosted by UNESCO and Namibia. It also references the deaths of Spanish journalists in Burkina Faso and the imprisonment of Maria Ressa in the Philippines. Various organizations, including News Decoder, UNESCO, and the Committee to Protect Journalists, are cited for their efforts to address these issues and promote press freedom.

This story covers two cases in which news media built trust among teachers. 3 MAY 2021

With war in Ukraine, editors help kids cope with scary news

26 Mar 2022  |  News Decoder
The article discusses how various news organizations tailored for children are covering the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Editors like Joyce Grant from Canada's Teaching Kids News and Russ Kahn from U.S.-based News-O-Matic are exploring ways to contextualize the events for young audiences. News-O-Matic engages with its readers by answering their questions and providing interactive content. Similarly, Brazil's Joca and France's Playbac Press are focusing on children's inquiries to guide their coverage. CBC in Canada aims to simplify complex histories for kids, while the Straits Times in Singapore emphasizes the narrative of a larger country invading a smaller one. Finland's Helsingin Sanomat encourages children to ask questions and provides support through hotlines. The article also touches on the challenges of reporting on war for children and the use of art therapy as a coping mechanism. News organizations are striving to provide hope and understanding rather than fear in their coverage of the conflict.
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