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Cuba sees increase of 124% in violations against press freedom in January and journalists anticipate trend of greater repression

In part, the skyrocketing of the cases can be attributed to the suppression of a demonstration on Jan. 27, but journalists and organizations in the country believe that attacks on the press are part of a broader escalation of aggressions

Novice journalists in Brazil are known as focas.

Eight more journalistic expressions in Portuguese, English and Spanish that every Latin American journalist should know

Second version of LJR's internal glossary of journalistic expressions used to translate the magazine's articles.

Knight Center webinar convenes global experts to discuss COVID-19 vaccines coverage, science & distribution

“For the past year, journalists from around the world have found themselves covering the biggest story of their lifetime. A global immunization effort is now underway, and journalists are now challenged and given the opportunity to cover the multidimensional aspects of the vaccine."

Latin American photojournalists covering protests are vulnerable to attacks, arrests and more 

In their mission to document the events, many photojournalists in Latin America suffer attacks or arrests by the police.

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Research shows that an alert message and access to professional journalism reduces belief in fake news

The study, which interviewed 1,000 people, aimed to find a kind of vaccine against false news, especially during the electoral period

O painel reuniu os jornalistas científicos André Biernath, do Brasil; Federico Kukso, da Argentina; Kai Kupferschmidt, da Alemanha; e Yves Sciama, da França. A moderação foi de Maryn McKenna.

Vaccine delays, politics and disinformation: obstacles in Latin America in the coverage of vaccines against COVID-19

The webinar "COVID-19 vaccine coverage: What journalists need to know" brought together science journalists to discuss the challenges of vaccine coverage and immunization campaigns against COVID-19.

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Momarundu’ỹ oikóva ha oiko’ỹva jehecha añetépa COVID-19 aja: Centro Knight oroguatáva mbo’esyry pyahu yvytu pepo rehe ha oñehepyme’ỹva eñemboheraguapy

Sa suáma oḡuahẽ ko yvy ári mbegue mbeguépe hasýva COVID-19gui ha ohasáma mokõi sua omanóva ichugui, Centro Knight Texas Mbo’ehaovusu ha UNESCO ñeipytyvõme omoḡuahẽ tekombo’e yvytu pepo rehe ikatúvo ñarairõ mba’asy ruvicha aja mba’asy vaive ha’éva “momarandu’ỹ”.

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Here’s a multilingual list of resources for journalists covering the COVID-19 vaccines

As an extension of this training, our partners at UNESCO and the World Health Organization have helped us compile a robust list of resources for journalists covering COVID-19 and vaccines, available below.

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Mark your calendars for ISOJ Online 2021: The premier global journalism conference will be held from April 26-30

For the second time in its 22-year history, the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) will be held online only, from April 26 to 30, 2021.

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Case of Peruvian photojournalist who asked for guarantees for his life sets an important precedent in protection matters

Authorities grant protection guarantees to Peruvian photographer Iván Orbegoso after he received threats against his life following the publication of a photograph showing a police officer firing straight ahead during a demonstration.

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Researchers warn about lack of pluralism in Latin American media

21 researchers, mostly Latin American, address the lack of media pluralism and diversity of voices in public discourse in the region and how it affects the democratization process

RSF: ‘sistema Bolsonaro’ contra imprensa inclui filhos do presidente, ministros e órgãos de Estado. Foto: Roberto Jayme/Ascom/TSE

Attacks on journalists explode in Brazil in 2020 and most of them come from President Bolsonaro

Two reports by press freedom organizations conclude that 2020 was the most dangerous year for professional journalism in recent Brazilian history. Despite the different methodologies, in the two surveys, President Jair Bolsonaro, his children, ministers and the Presidency's Communication Secretariat appear as the main sources of the attacks.