Relaciones Internacionales – Comunicación Internacional

8 mayo, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Periodistas en la linea de fuego

Guerra en Siria: Periodistas en la línea de fuego. El asesinato de la reportera más conocida de Malta, Daphne Caruana Galizia, famosa por sus investigaciones sobre la endémica corrupción, provocó un.. elconfidencial.com Rafael Moreno@RafaelMoreno202  Periodistas en la línea de fuego … Continuar leyendo

2 mayo, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Journalists killed since 1992: how many, where and why?… The Afghan case

CPJ✔@pressfreedom  At least 46 journalists were killed in relation to their work in 2017: 8 Iraq, Syria 6 Mexico 4 Afghanistan, India 2 Philippines, Russia, Somalia, Yemen 1 Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Denmark, Maldives, Malta, Pakistan, South Sudan#PressFreedom #WPFD2018 21:17 – … Continuar leyendo

28 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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Reporting from China, a risky task

China detains relatives of U.S. reporters in apparent punishment for Xinjiang coverage By Simon Denyer February 28 at 10:12 AM BEIJING — China’s security services have detained several close relatives of four U.S.-based reporters working for Radio Free Asia in an apparent attempt … Continuar leyendo

13 febrero, 2018
por Felipe Sahagún
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The journalists’ risks covering politics, war and human rights

Felipe Sahagún@sahagunfelipe #Journalists who cover politics, war, and human rights face the highest #risks -by @CJR‘s @c_chisholm based on CPJ’s data https://www.cjr.org/special_report/journalism-threat-world.php … … v @pressfreedom#journothreat  1:17 – 13 feb. 2018

17 diciembre, 2017
por Felipe Sahagún
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Covering war, conflict, violence…

  What’s the right way to cover extremism? GIJN@gijn  “An Attack on One is an Attack on All” report highlights successful initiatives to protect journalists & combat impunity that can possibly be replicated in other countries @larry_kilman @abbasz55 @sricchia @INSInews @CPJ @IJNet        https://buff.ly/2CAP04w