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La Asociación Mundial de Periódicos y Editores de Noticias (WAN-IFRA) expresó su profunda consternación por el asesinato del periodista Javier Ortega, el fotógrafo Paúl Rivas y el conductor Efraín Segarra

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Daniela Pena

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2018-04-13 22:02

Six newspapers in Mexico and Ecuador concluded an exchange program to share experiences and learn about their operations from each other, as part of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers Media and Society Strengthening Program launched in 2016.

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Adrian Montemayor

Date

2017-05-25 18:27

La Asociación Mundial de Periódicos y Editores de Noticias (WAN-IFRA) y el Foro Mundial de Editores (WEF) expresan su extrema inquietud frente a recientes multas y procesos jurídicos contra medios y periodistas en Ecuador

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Adrian Montemayor

Date

2017-05-18 19:30

WAN-IFRA has condemned a spate of recent judicial decisions against journalists and freedom of expression in Ecuador (Spanish)

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Andrew Heslop

Date

2017-05-18 14:50

In partnership with Fundamendios and AEDEP, WAN-IFRA brought together 20 Ecuadorean editors in Quito on 31st January to elaborate a common strategy that, it is hoped, will turn back a decade of limitations on freedom of expression under President Rafael Correa. General elections were held in Ecuador on 19th February, and there is renewed optimism that the new government will reconstitute media freedoms in the country.

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Hedvig Lundstrom

Date

2017-02-07 17:40

The earthquake that devastated parts of Ecuador on April 16 left nearly 700 dead and more than 27,000 missing, making it the worst natural disaster the country has seen since the 1949 Ambato earthquake.

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WAN-IFRA

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2016-11-30 16:54

WAN-IFRA’s Strengthening Media and Society programme came to Cartagena, Colombia for three days of workshop training ahead of the 68th World News Media Congress, the global meeting point for the world’s press. 43 media professionals from 18 media companies across Colombia, Ecuador and Mexico participated in training sessions and exchanged professional experiences in digital strategies, editorial leadership and media freedom challenges.

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Hedvig Lundstrom's picture

Hedvig Lundstrom

Date

2016-06-20 12:06

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