Nobel Peace Center grants award to essay on the violence experienced by journalists in Mexico

"With an essay that addresses the violence suffered by journalists in Mexico and the risks that this entails for society, the 21-year-old Mexican Natalia Sobrino-Saeb won the contest that allowed her to attend the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony and to meet the winners. The winning essay is titled 'Dangers for the press and society.'

'Journalists are being killed and with them our access to information,' warns the winner of the Nobel Peace Center essay competition."

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