In September 2017, myself and a small team took our previous knowledge of quality journalism and began work on a new project; The Attestor.
This wasn’t a small decision for us; to get the site working, updated, and generally off the ground, The Attestor required a good deal of work and dedication. Whatsmore, our team comprises of people from all over the globe; from Pakistan to Israel, the United States to England, and from Ireland to Canada, The Attestor’s core team is and always has been a difficult group to get together in order to discuss things and consolidate ideas, mainly due to the distinctly different time zones we all live in, however; this geographical and cultural diversity has allowed us to all develop and formulate our own unmistakably individual set of beliefs, leading to the creation of interesting and insightful stories from across the globe.
Not long after the site was founded, I was made editor-in-chief, a role that I do not take lightly. This was my first major role in a media company, and the work required on a daily basis cannot be understated.
Staffed entirely by volunteers, The Attestor’s mission is to bring you well-written and shrewdly astute news stories covering all aspects of modern politics. From our regularly-updated ‘Today’s Latest’ section, where we bring you important or overlooked stories from anywhere on the planet, to our ‘Top Stories‘ area, a carefully curated section featuring original editorials and opinion pieces from our team of writers and researchers, The Attestor has you covered on all fronts.
Due to the size and scale of our team, as well as the smaller-than-average body of resources we can pull from, the number of articles we can produce every day is limited. As such, The Attestor shouldn’t be considered a primary news source; if you want something like that, I will always recommend the Associated Press and Reuters, two news agencies that do more to further quality journalism in the modern day than anyone else on the planet. Instead, The Attestor should be seen as an online journal or a formal magazine; somewhere where the scope is more limited, but perhaps the quality is greater.
If you wish to donate to the project, and I might add that all donations are greatly appreciated, then use this link: Paypal.
We are always looking for quality writers and articles; while we can’t offer a monetary reward for any new content, all articles, whether published or not, are a huge help. If you wish to send something in, or alternatively want to promote your own work, or want to inquire about something else, then feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Image Credits: Sam Ebohon