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SEINFORMA CANADA PRESENT IN THE PEN CONGRESS IN BOGOTA
International PEN Congress in Bogota
Volunteering at Seinforma Canada
Let Colombian censors be judged: International PEN
One of the PEN Congress conclusions is that there should be inclusive communicative processes in Colombia and other countries that allow not only the plurality of voices and messages, but also the inclusion of traditionally excluded groups.
A REPORT FROM THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
157 journalists were killed for work related reasons between 1995 and 2005 in 19 different countries of the area. Most of them were in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.
By Miguel Gonzalez / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
Everybody attacks freedom of expression at the Colombian armed conflict
The policy of the Uribe government of stigmatizing his opponents with strong declarations, of asking for the self-restriction of the media; the threatens of the violent characters, the concentration of the media and a series of subtle and direct pressures threaten the freedom of expression.
By Zuitáraiki/ Seinforma Canada
Migrations: Routes, Dreams and Reality
"I am a survivor"
10TH ANNIVERSARY OF HUGO CHAVEZ’ TALK SHOW
The Hello President’s backstage
details are finally revealed
Workers, journalists and technicians, who are first hand witnesses, talked to Seinforma Canada about the production of Alo Presidente, one of the most complex shows from Venezuelan television. This release describes the program’s pan evolution, its technical requirements, the production costs, and man-hours invested that contribute to the myth of Latin American populism rooted nowadays.
By Ana María Carrano/ Seinforma Correspondent
A decade of violence against journalists under the microscope
SEINFORMA CANADA PRESENT AT THE 74 PEN CONGRESS IN BOGOTA
The International PEN Congress is the annual gathering of PEN Centres from around the world. In legal terms, it is the annual general meeting of the London headquarters, but the role it plays in strengthening the community of writers and celebrating the literature of the host region is of equal significance.
THE PETROLEOS MEXICANOS (PEMEX) PRIVATIZATION IS NOW A MATTER TO GET WORRIED
Energetic Reform and Media vs. Pacific Civil Resistance
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been target of verbal attacks against his reputation and arguments, as a result of the Pacific Civil Resistance movement that he leads and all the claims against the Energetic Reform. The greater preoccupation and subject: the privatization of PEMEX
By Luis Alberto Vázquez / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
CORRESPONDENT AND REGIME CRITICS TARGETED BY FORMER HEAD OF INTELLIGENCE AT COLOMBIA’S STOCKHOLM EMBASSY
Swedish Journalist Primary Target Of Colombian Death Threats
The Súreté du Quebec (SQ) have pepper sprayed children, pregnant mothers, and other vulnerable members without regard to their health or safety’, the Algonquins denounce. This is happening only three hours North of Ottawa. They ask for outside supporters with video cameras to monitor and witness the situation.
By the Algonquin Community / Seinforma Canada
THE SHAM IN THE EX PRESIDENT MIGUEL DE LA MADRID’S REVELATIONS
Mexico Chooses not to Listen to the Truth
De la Madrid backed out because of fear and pressure. It is known that he was visited by some of his party’s colleagues after the interview. His party attacked the radio program that aired De la Madrid’s declarations labeling it as “yellow journalism.”
By: Ana Paula Coquet Dávila / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
Historical Frame of the Haitian Migrations
NO to US Military Bases in Colombia
UNWANTED WITNESS: ANOTHER VICTIM OF CENSORSHIP IN COLOMBIA
of Colombian Reality
After being introduced in the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, the awarded documentary Unwanted Witness remains unknown in Colombia. Nevertheless, its main plot is current than ever. Its protagonist is the award-winning author and persecuted journalist Hollman Morris.
By: Miguel Gonzalez/Seinforma Correspondent
The Rating: A Reality
or Illusion in Paraguay?
What audience measurement methods are used in Paraguay? What would happen if what the audience sees and hears does not precisely correspond to what is indicated in traditional rating?
By Wolfgang Streich/Seinforma Canada Correspondent
NOMINATED TO THE 2010 OSCAR FOR BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
The Cultural Cringe Exposed
In The Milk of Sorrow
This film expresses not only the consequences of terrorism in society but also the cultural rootlessness of those people who have been distressed and their new adopted customs as well. This phenomenon is locally known in Peru as huachafería.
By Alberto Pareja*/ Seinforma Canada Correspondent
SEINFORMA SPECIAL REPORTS