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Antonio Granado PDF Print

Keywords: science journalism, online journalism, Print, social media, Internet, science, community/minority media, health, environment, Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, media, civil society

Antonio Granado, Portuguese journalist with 20 years of experience; also journalism professor since 1996. His areas of expertise are science journalism, online journalism, the usage of social media and new technologies, such as Internet in reporting.

He holds a MSc. in Science Journalism from the University of Boston. (USA) and a PhD from the University of Leeds (UK). More information abouth the trainer available on the following link:


Butandwa Solomon James PDF Print

Keywords: Print, radio, Africa, HIV/AIDS, Child labour, health, English, media

Uganda based journalist, specialising in coverage of HIV/AIDS, Child labour, health issues, Water and sanitation.

Won the 2007 Honourable Mention of the International Award for Excellence in Journalism for excellence in Communication, for Defending
Fundamental Rights and for Raising Public Consciousness, organized by The World Forum of Professionals and Institutions in Secular and Religious Media and the International Catholic
Union of Press (UCIP) at Sherbrooke.

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Davit Muradyan PDF Print

Keywords: Armenian, Russian, English, on line, print, radio, religion, gender, health, Caucasus, media

Yerevan based journalist, presenter, PR expert and interpreter. Specializes in reporting on religious matters, election coverage and new media.

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Prem Khanal PDF Print

Keywords: Youth, children print, on line, development, rest of the world, English, nepali, media 

Nepal based journalist and trainer, specializing in training for reporting on business. Also worked with Save the Children UK, studied social aspects of economic reforms.

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Suren Deheryan PDF Print

Keywords: Health, Armenian, Russian, English, youth, on line, print, all organizations, Caucasus, investigative journalism, development, monitoring

A journalism trainer who worked for Faculty of Journalism of Yerevan State University and Armenian School of Journalism for last two years. As a freelance journalism trainer he assisted various workshops in Armenia and Georgia organised by international organizations.

Co-trainer and Armenian editor of “Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Raising Workshop for Journalists”, UNFPA, May, 2008

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