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Mexican women honored with Breach/Valdez Prize

Mexico City. – Gloria Pina and Wendy Selene Perez, along with Paula Monaco Felipe, with first and second place respectively,…

By admin , in news , at May 13, 2022

Mexico City. – Gloria Pina and Wendy Selene Perez, along with Paula Monaco Felipe, with first and second place respectively, are now officially Winner of the Breach/Valdez Prize for Journalism and Human Rights in its fourth edition.

they were decorated cdmx by the United Nations Information Center (UNIC); Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (ONU-DH) in Mexico; United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Mexico (UNODC); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Mexico; French Embassy in Mexico; Swiss Embassy in Mexico; Press and Democracy Program (PRENDE), Journalism Area of ​​the Communications Department of the Universidad Iberoamericana (Ibero | Journalism); France Press News Agency (AFP) and Reporters Without Borders (RSF).

Mariclair Acosta, Dario Fritz, María Idalia Gomez, Addison Lanza, Sara Lovera López, Blanche Petrich Moreno, Jose Ravels, Simona Raquel Santiago Maganda, Cou Sirenio Poquinto, Samir Tounci and Griselda Ines took first place, an independent jury composed of Triana Lo . for work done by Jai Pineapple Topic, “Justice has forgotten the survivors”,

Pina’s work focuses on women who survive attempted murder Providing evidence of the obstacles faced by them in reaching justice by presenting a comprehensive panorama of the incident presenting different angles other than the victim.

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The award provides him with a trip to Europe where he can present his work and speak with representatives of journalists’ associations, NGOs and organizations intended to protect journalists and human rights. The situation from which the practice of journalism is going on in Mexico.

Similarly, the winner will be awarded a dual scholarship Iberoamerican University Campus Santa Fe which offers seminars and courses related to journalism and communication, as well as using facilities and advice to develop journalistic investigations.

The second place was given to a joint research work done by Wendy Selene Perez and Paula Monaco Felipe. The work that led him to the award deserves “Look at our death.” Research brings us closer to the battles that survive day by day Women in Criminology and Forensic Science. The text is made up of 4 parts and is starred by women who experience murder of women and their forensic investigation.

The award includes the same dual scholarship at the Universidad Iberoamericana campus Santa Fe with the above benefits for them.

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Mexican women honored with Breach/Valdez Prize

2022-05-13 05:44:30