Entre las cenizas: historias de vida en tiempos de muerte. Front Cover. Marcela Turati, Daniela Rea Gómez. sur+ ediciones, – Disappeared persons – The Nieman Fellows at Harvard University have selected Marcela Turati of the “Entre las Cenizas: historias de vida en tiempo de muerte,” (“Amid the Ashes. Marcela Turati y Daniela Rea – “Entre las cenizas. Historias de vida en tiempos de muerte” (). Un libro de crónicas que busca saldar una de las deudas del .

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That can be a reason for them to receive threats. It was a learning experience for us. It should not be forgotten that our work begins in the street, gathering information from people. Tag Cloud violence against journalists Venezuela elections and electoral coverage Honduras libel and defamation online and digital journalism freedom of expression USA killing of journalist Peru impunity press freedom Latin America television Colombia newspapers access to information social media censorship drug trafficking investigative journalism freedom of information Ecuador future of journalism Mexico laws and legislation attacks on journalists threats against journalists Argentina Brazil more tags.

InMs Turati was awarded the Walter Reuter German Journalism prize for a story about Mexican families searching for their vanished loved ones. It would be very important to be able to unveil the hidden interests of the big media companies, their power relations, for whom they work. What do you think is the biggest hidden or ignored problem in the media right now? Others among us sometimes got close to these experiences, became disenchanted, and said, ‘they only cenias this, this experience is too small, their method is perhaps not the best.

What can you do so they begin to read you again?

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Frustrated, I felt the need to reveal the mechanisms through which corruption operates, the different tricks that politicians create to steal money from the poor. And we talked and talked about the text, and we gave ideas on how to improve it until all of us liked it.


Entre las Cenizas will have limited printing but can be downloaded in Spanish for free from the book’s websitewhere the organization has also posted 10 videos that go along with each story. Lyons Award cenizad Conscience and Integrity in Journalism. I would ask if there is a future for specialized investigative journalism now that everything seems to be against it.

Efforts to resist were insipid.

Those of us who participated in the book sought to make visible the people who get organized, but sometimes it’s difficult to find them. Since then I have always felt the need not to remain in the mere description of social problems, but to discover the mechanisms through which injustices are perpetuated.

What are some positive developments in our field, journalism and the media in general? The Mexican organization Periodistas de a Pie launched on Dec. These aren’t rosy stories either, they are the stories of people who are organizing. Mexico has become one of the most macrela countries in the world for journalists, with more than four dozen killed or gone missing in the past six years. Ms Turati is the author of several books.

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You have to understand the process of violence and measure the pulse of the citizenry. Lyons was a forceful advocate for freedom of the press. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter “Journalism in the Americas”. For us as reporters it was a welcome breath of fresh air after six years of having covered the most horrible things, of not understanding, of feeling there is no hope, that there is no future.

She co-founded Periodistas de a Pie Journalists on Footan outfit dedicated to training journalists to improve the quality of their journalism and to defend freedom of expression.

Sometimes it happens that you put people at risk when you make it public that they are getting organized. Historias de Vida en Tiempos de Muerte. Inshe and her colleagues co-founded Periodistas de a Piea journalism network created to support reporters covering issues such as poverty, civic participation and human rights.

In Fuego Cruzado Crossfire she tells the stories of victims of the war on drugs. For me it was a pending matter to experiment and see if you could do this that we sometimes call journalism of hope, journalism that seeks changes, journalism of possibilities, or what some call journalism of peace and others preventive journalism. More than 1, journalists from 92 countries have been awarded Nieman Fellowships since the foundation was established in Lessons from Spanish-language media Memetic Media innovates in design and distribution and focuses on digital journalism for young audiences in Paraguay.


When that happened we asked ourselves, in what moment did you become disenchanted with this story? The Nieman Fellows, including 12 international and 12 U. Do you think it can be written from a different perspective? Many of us journalists heard people say, I don’t read anymore, I turn off the TV, and that’s very concerning.

The award honors displays of conscience and integrity by individuals, groups or institutions in communications. My book was hard, it touched upon plenty of pain, of horror, and in that time one could only see the destruction.

We’re also interested in having the journalists that laas us to tell us if they would like to do something like this. What would you rescue from what you saw?

The winner is chosen each year by the members of the Nieman class. I would respond that we must return to the basics, learn about the history of journalism and how it has impacted history, and, above all, remember our ancestors, those journalists of previous generations who carried out great research and achieved change without the technology, money, tools, channels of dissemination that now exist, without the support of huge media enterprises and with the government against them.

You have to know well the terrain, and wait. All the project’s participants have worked before in documenting some of the most devastating effects of the war on drug traffickers.