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- Overall, this a Pseudoscience website that does publish some legitimate news. They also promote conspiracy theories that relate to the banking industry.
Factual Reporting: MIXED
Country: United Kingdom
World Press Freedom Rank: UK 35/180
Founded in 2012, and according to their about page: EducateInspireChange (EiC) was created to help keep people informed, to encourage people to expand their consciousness, and to inspire people to reach for their dreams. This is an alternative news website.
Funded by / Ownership
The founder, editor, and owner of EducateInspireChange is Kasim Khan from Scotland. Khan is also the owner of EIC media limited. The website is funded through advertising and donations.
Analysis / Bias
In reviewing EIC there is a mix of real science news from credible sources and then many news stories that are junk science. EIc rejects the consensus of science regarding the safety of GMO’s. They also promote miracle natural health cures such as this. Lastly, the primary source they seem to rely on for most of the quackery is from Natural News, which is a well know purveyor of pseudoscience and conspiracy theories.
Overall, this a Pseudoscience website that does publish some legitimate news. They also promote conspiracy theories that relate to the banking industry. (D. Van Zandt 8/6/2017) Updated (10/12/2019)