English as a Universal Language - Omniglot
Instead, the symptoms of the social crisis are distortedly reported as its causes and the media blame, following the advice of the establishment ‘experts’, the breaking of the traditional family, or of the school, as the causes of crime.
English as a Universal Language
As no meaningful reporting of the ecological crisis is possible unless it refers to the systemic causes of it, which by definition are excluded by the discourse in the mainstream media, the result is a complete misinformation, or just straightforward description of the symptoms of the crisis.
The World health report 2013 sets out the scientific research agenda needed to translate the growing commitment to universal health coverage into evidence-based action. During the launch of the report, Dr Margaret Chan noted its central goals.