Information Flows to Serve the Preservation of Peace

Information Flows to Serve the Preservation of Peace

Information Flows to Serve the Preservation of Peace 

Marina Volynkina shares about how the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the Eurasian Women’s Forum influence the world. 

How to manage information flows to ensure that they serve the preservation of peace? An open debate at the Eurasian Women’s Forum will focus on this topic. Media representatives from different countries, scientists, and experts will take part in the discussion. Marina Volynkina, Head of the Eurasian Women's Community news agency, tells about why she finds it so important to share positive information. 

Positive Information Contributes to Right Thought Forms 

The 2018 FIFA World Cup recently came to its end. It has shown how open, kind-hearted, and positive Russians are. Sportsmen and fans who visited Russia were happy to be accepted in a welcoming, warm, and friendly atmosphere our whole country was filled with. Our citizens believed in the Russian team and were happy about its victories. Now the World Cup is over but positive energy it provided is still alive. 

Marina Volynkina believes that such events contribute to forming the space of love, peace, and agreement. 

Alina Kabaeva, outstanding Russian sportswoman, published the following message on her Instagram: “I want Russian people to save smiles on their faces even after the football event that has changed much in our country”. 

Agreement on Media Cooperation 

Today Russia is preparing for the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum. The forthcoming event will bring together active and purposeful women from all over the world. They will communicate and share experience and practices thus accumulating the atmosphere of kindness, harmony, and creative self-fulfilment at the Forum. 

“To provide the Eurasian Women’s Forum with the FIFA World Cup’s coverage and amazing atmosphere we need the support of every person on Earth, his or her kind emotions towards the forthcoming event”, says Marina Volynkina. 

Ms. Volynkina believes that positive information contributes to forming right thought forms and tunes people into a proper mood. Today media play an extremely important role in broadcasting this information, thus affecting worldviews, feelings, and emotions of people. 

The open debate at the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum will voice proposals on ensuring the information balance in the digital world. The agreement on media cooperation will be signed. 

Anna Repina, news agency of the Eurasian Women’s Community

Translated by Nikolay Gavrilov