1. Programa de Television "Esta Noche" , Nicaragua.
    Entrevista : S. Lynne Walker, Vice Presidenta, Instituto de las Américas

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  2. Hollman Morris, periodista Colombiano y becario Nieman, Harvard University
    Teodoro Petkoff, presidente, Tal Cual, Venezuela
    César Ricaurte, director ejecutivo, Fundamedios, Ecuador
    Moderador: Pedro Trujillo, director, Instituto de Estudios Políticos y Relaciones Internacionales, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala

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  3. Cynthia Cárdenas, consultora legal, Article 19, México
    Luis Horacio Najera, periodista Mexicano viviendo en exilio político en Canadá
    Joel Simon, director ejecutivo, Comité para la Protección de los Periodistas (CPJ)
    Moderadora: S. Lynne Walker, vicepresidenta, Instituto de las Américas

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  4. LA JOLLA – High school students from 12 Latin American countries researched ocean science, plant ecology and marine life during a two-week Summer Science Camp at the Institute of the Americas.

    Twenty-two students, who received scholarships to attend the July 26-Aug. 6 camp, were selected because of their desire to conduct scientific research or work in the medical profession once they graduate from college.

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  5. This professional workshop will offer Latin American journalists new tools for covering natural disasters such as the Haiti, Chile and Mexicali earthquakes. Veteran journalists who have covered such events in Latin America will instruct the group. The workshop will include a day-long field visit to San Diego’s Visualization Laboratory for a session on mapping natural disasters. Journalist participants will also attend sessions on identifying credible sources of information and dealing with practical logistics that will focus on travel, lodging and food issues while working in a disaster-ravaged area.

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IOA Journalism Workshops

Institute of the Americas

You'll hear the latest research and opinions from public, private and academic experts working in the region. We'll take field trips to meet with experts in health, immigration, energy, science and the environment. But that’s not all. We’ll host social…


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You'll hear the latest research and opinions from public, private and academic experts working in the region. We'll take field trips to meet with experts in health, immigration, energy, science and the environment. But that’s not all. We’ll host social events, too, so you can meet the vibrant people who live and work in our border region.

At the Institute of the Americas, we conduct our workshops in Spanish and they are designed especially for Latin American participants. You’ll meet journalists, legislators, non-profit leaders, academics, researchers, government officials and company executives from countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Peru and Nicaragua.

About 150 professionals from twelve Latin American and Caribbean countries participated in nine summer workshops in La Jolla during 2009 on subjects such as science journalism, public health, freedom of expression and violence against journalists, investigative journalism, pandemics and climate change.

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