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Priscila Hernandez Flores

Priscila Hernández Flores is a Mexican journalist specializing in human rights with an emphasis on disability and diversity. She studied Communication Sciences and completed a Master's Degree in Journalism from the Universidad de San Andrés in the Clarín newspaper in Argentina. For her work, she has received different recognitions and distinctions such as the King of Spain Journalism Award, the Ortega y Gasset Journalism Award from the newspaper El País, the Tiflos Award from the National Organization of the Blind of Spain (ONCE), among others. She is currently the community coordinator for the Border Center for Journalists and Bloggers (BCJB) and publishes reports on disability in Revista Nexos of México.

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Priscila Hernández Flores. Periodista mexicana especializada en derechos humanos con énfasis en discapacidad y diversidad. Estudió Ciencias de la Comunicación y realizó la Maestría en Periodismo de la Universidad de San Andrés en el diario Clarín de Argentina. Por su trabajo, ha recibido diferentes reconocimientos y distinciones como el Premio de Periodismo Rey de España, el Premio Ortega y Gasset de Periodismo del periódico El País, el Premio Tiflos de la Organización Nacional de Ciegos de España (ONCE), entre otros. Actualmente es coordinadora de comunidades del Border Center for Journalists and Bloggers (BCJB) y publica reportajes sobre discapacidad en la Revista Nexos de México.

Recent Articles

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Journalists with disabilities break paradigms in Latin American newsrooms, but face barriers entering and staying in the profession

To understand the barriers for journalists with disabilities who want to enter newsrooms, as well as the treatment of persons with disabilities in the media, LatAm Journalism Review (LJR) spoke with media professionals in Latin America about their experience working in newsrooms and their advice for giving stories a human rights approach.

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Public information requests are an alternative for investigating drug trafficking in Mexico

To cover the so-called "War on Drugs," Mexican journalists are using the public information law to uncover the dark worlds of drug trafficking and the State’s fight against it.