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The censorship of Facebook and Instagram to posts about #Palestine shouldn’t come as a surprise

It was when I watched the documentary “The Social Dilemma” on Netflix when I realized that the most influential social media companies are built by white people with a capitalistic goal. The film was revelatory regarding the huge power these networks have over our lives on many levels, socially, culturally and politically. And the fact … Continue reading The censorship of Facebook and Instagram to posts about #Palestine shouldn’t come as a surprise

Journalists can strive for objectivity but can never be completely neutral

The Israel-Palestine conflict is in the midst of the worst unrest it’s seen in years. It started in the predominantly Palestinian neighborhood in East Jerusalem where Palestinians are forced out of their homes by Israeli settlers.  Needless to say, this conflict is one of the most sensitive issues to report on in journalism. And therefore … Continue reading Journalists can strive for objectivity but can never be completely neutral

“The Balinese women are doing so much for the island but they’re unseen”

A conversation with Balinese entrepreneur and priestess Luh Manis. When I first reached out to Luh Manis for an interview she invited me to join her on one of her “Sisterhood retreats” to Kintamani, the area in Bali where she is originally from. Together with eight other Balinese women and another foreign woman we went … Continue reading “The Balinese women are doing so much for the island but they’re unseen”

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About this blog

Hi, I’m Sanne. I love writing and I want to try and write something every day. Just for the fun of it and as a mental exercise. So this is my place to experiment. It will always be about inclusion, sometimes based on a personal experience, on other occasions reflecting on what I’ve read in the news or on social media.

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