“Italians tend to say that journalism, in general, is mainly based on controversy”, she says. Photo: courtesy

Dora Nunes is a Brazilian journalist who has been living in Italy since 2016. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the Universidade Federal de Alagoas (Ufal), in Maceió, a specialization degree in Radio Journalism and Television, also from Ufal, and a Master’s degree in Political Sciences from the…


“There are some excellent programmes that focus on ethnic communities”. Photo: courtesy

Caitlin Cherry is a journalist and broadcaster from New Zealand. She has experience in investigative journalism and programme production. Her work includes a special focus on technologies and multimedia. She produces digital content and uses a wide range of different platforms to create, share content, increase audience, and improve engagement.


“We need a media law that warranties the informative pluralism. A law that regulates, warranties and penalizes”, he says. Photo: courtesy

Luis Alejandro Nitrihual Valdebenito is a Chilean journalist, professor and researcher. He currently works at the Centro de Investigación Comunicación, Discurso y Poder at the Universidad de La Frontera (Temuco, Chile). He has a PhD in Information Sciences and in Hispanic American Literature from the Complutense University of Madrid. …


“Politics ends up stealing the scene, because that’s where ‘the’ news is”. Photo: courtesy

António Aly Silva is a Guinean journalist, popular for his fight for freedom of the press and information in Guinea-Bissau. Since 2016, he has been writing and editing the blog , an independent journalism website with over 30 million hits and dedicated to covering issues relating to the…


“Journalists have the freedom to publish without conditions. It does not mean that sometimes some act of censorship arises”, he says. Photo: courtesy

Miguel Ledhesma is an Argentinian journalist. Ten years ago, he created the Organización Mundial de Periodismo Turístico (World Travel Journalism Organization, WTJO). He has a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, a technical background in Tourism and a Master’s degree in Education.

Among Ledhesma’s books and articles, some deserve to be highlighted…


“Media coverage of human rights and minorities issues is improving, but there is still a lot to explore”, she says. Photo: courtesy

Adriana Manfredini is a Brazilian journalist and researcher, with a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences from Universidade de São Paulo (USP). …


“Community life is treated with greater emphasis by community radio stations, which represent 80% of the audience of rural communities”. Photo: courtesy

Celestino Joanguete is a Mozambican professor and researcher with a Bachelor ‘s Degree in Communication Sciences from Universidade Fernando Pessoa, in Portugal. He has a PhD in the same field, which was obtained from Universidade do Minho, also in Portugal. In addition, he has studied Theology and Philosophy at the…


“Women’s rights and gender egalitarian policies are receiving more attention from the daily media coverage”. Photo: courtesy

Liliana Tinoco Bäckert is a Brazilian journalist that has been living in Zurich, in Switzerland since 2005. Born in Rio de Janeiro, she has finished her Master’s degree in Intercultural Communications at the Università della Svizzera Italiana (USI). …


“The media lost the willingness to protect them at any cost”, she says about immigrants and refugees in Europe. Photo: courtesy

Ulrike Schleicher is a German journalist. Currently, she lives in Ulm and writes about local issues for the Südwest Presse, one of the most important regional newspaper in the state of Baden-Württemberg. …


“Social media opened the virtual interactive space to a massive opinion making about crucial issues. One of the major issues in Angola is the electoral process”, journalist says. Photo: courtesy

José Luís Mendonça is an Angolan journalist with a law degree from the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University, in Luanda. He is very accomplished in the Angolan journalistic field, where he gives voice to his social concerns, with special attention to culture and arts. …

Enio Moraes Júnior

Enio Moraes Júnior is a Brazilian journalist, researcher and professor. PhD in Communication Sciences at USP (Brazil), currently he lives in Berlin.

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