Instructor de la Asociación de la Prensa de Dinamarca, Copenhague 2011

Dansk Journalistforbund

Jornada de trabajo con los colegas de la Asociación de la Prensa de Dinamarca.
Dansk Journalistforbund, Visuel Commication.
Conferencias sobre comunicación visual.
Universidad de Nuevas Tecnologías de Copenhague.

Infographics: 24 hours at El MUNDO newspaper.
Infographics: 24 hours at El MUNDO newspaper.

Conferencia
Infographics: 24 hours at EL MUNDO newspaper.
Octubre de 2011, Copenhage
Presentación para la Asociación de la Prensa de Dinamarca del Departamento de Infografía de EL MUNDO, Madrid, España. 2011.

WWW: Big Society Network, acción en la red

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Mancheta de Big Society Network, Uk.

About:

The Big Society is a society in which individual citizens feel big: big in terms of being supported and enabled; having real and regular influence; being capable of creating change in their neighbourhood. Does our society pass this test at the moment?

Well, only 4 out of 10 of us believe that we can influence local decisions. Only 1 in 33 of us attend public meetings. We feel anger and frustration at the recent behaviour of both the City and Westminster and relatively powerless to change them. We are often anonymous tax-payers without a real sense of how our money gets spent. Most of us try to be reasonably good citizens but our influence seems very small.

The Big Society is a powerful vision to change this, creating a nation of empowered citizens and communities. It has been articulated by Prime Minister David Cameron, but is linked to some of the best ideas across the political spectrum.

We believe that by working in partnership with communities, businesses, charities and foundations and statutory bodies we can generate innovative solutions which can strengthen local neighbourhoods.

Big Society Network is a not for profit group who aim to help organisations deliver the practical benefits of civic engagement.
© 2011 Big Society Network

PRESS: Fin de Mubarak, Egipto

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Al-Ahram, Egipto
Sábado, 12 de febrero
Oficialista

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Al Masry Al Youm, Egipto
Sábado, 12 de febrero
Independiente.

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Shorouk
Sábado, 12 de febrero, Egipto
Independiente

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Au Fait, Marruecos
Lunes 14 de febrero

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Yedioth Ahronoth, Israel
Domingo, 13 de febrero

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Haaretz
Domingo, 13 de febrero

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Gulf News, Emiratos Árabes
Sábado, 13 de febrero

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Jerusalem Post, Israel
Domingo, 13 de febrero

PHOTOS: World Press Photo 2010

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54 edición.
World Press Photo
Jodi Bieber, Sudáfrica
Retrato de Bibi Aisha, Time Magazine

Her winning picture shows Bibi Aisha, an 18-year-old woman from Oruzgan province in Afghanistan, who fled back to her family home from her husband’s house, complaining of violent treatment. The Taliban arrived one night, demanding Bibi be handed over to face justice. After a Taliban commander pronounced his verdict, Bibi’s brother-in-law held her down and her husband sliced off her ears and then cut off her nose. Bibi was abandoned, but later rescued by aid workers and the American military. After time in a women’s refuge in Kabul, she was taken to America, where she received counseling and reconstructive surgery. Bibi Aisha now lives in the US.

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