AUDIJE-VEGA Francisco (Spain)
Periodistas en español – Journaliste rédacteur – Espagne
Periodistas en español est une publication électronique née en
2000 pour offrir un type d’information spécialisé dirigé
principalement aux journalistes actifs, mais aussi ouvert à une
certaine actualité sur les droits humains, les droits citoyens et syndicaux.
Journaliste depuis 1976. 24 ans dans la TVE (télévision publique
nationale d’Espagne). Actuellement correspondant en Espagne
du journal belge francophone “La Libre Belgique”. Journaliste
dans le quotidien numérique “Periodistas en español”, spécialisé
dans l’information internationale et le journaliste. Ancien
secrétaire général adjoint de la FIJ à Bruxelles. Actuel membre
du Comité Exécutif de la FIJ.

Phil Mac Giolla Bhain (Iraland)

National Union of Journalists – New Media specialist – Ireland
The NUJ is the world’s largest journalists’ union, with over 40 000
members in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland – and active
branches in Paris, Brussels and the Netherlands. It is affiliated to the
TUC, and the GFTU in the UK. The NUJ is proud to be a part of the
international labour movement and is affiliated to the International
Federation of Journalists and the European Federation of Journalists.
NUJ members subscribe to a Code of Conduct by which they agree to produce no
material likely to lead to hatred or discrimination on the grounds of age, gender, race,
colour, creed, legal status, disability, marital status, or sexual orientation.
I am a freelance journalist who works across a number of publications in Ireland,
Scotland and Spain. Much of my work appears exclusively on my own site: I have been a print journalist for
over 20 years and I started blogging in 2007. Much of my
output is now exclusively online. I have won awards for my
blog on Scottish football in 2011 and 2011 (winning the best
journalist category in both years). I am from Glasgow and an
Irish citizen. Much of my work focuses on how football identity
in Scotland is a vehicle of anti-Irish racism. I live in Ireland
and I also written on the abuse of black players in Irish soccer.


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