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Dina Meza’s conference speech

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Dina Meza’s conference speech

Transcript of a speech given by Dina Meza titled ‘Los Crimines Contra Periodistas Impulsan el Silencio en Honduras: ¿A quién le conviene tener periodistas callados?’, [Tegucigalpa], 5 Diciembre 2018, ff. 2. The conference at which Meza gave this speech was organised by the Honduran Centre in collaboration with PEN International and took place on 5 December 2018 at the Hotel Real Intercontinental in Tegucigalpa. This conference aimed to call attention to the extent to which crimes committed against journalists in Honduras have caused a chilling effect upon free expression throughout the country, and particularly focused on commemorating Juan Carlos Argeñal, a Honduran journalist who was murdered on 7 December 2013 for disseminating news about local government corruption. The Honduran Centre, alongside PEN International and other PEN Centres, supported Argeñal’s case and campaigned for justice on his behalf.

Dina Meza’s conference speech

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Discurso de Dina Meza para una conferencia

Transcriupción de un discurso dado por Dina Meza titulado «Los crímenes para periodistas impulsan el silencio en Honduras, ¿A quién le conviene tener periodistas callados?», [Tegucigalpa], 5 diciembre 2018, ff. 2. La conferencia en la que Meza dio este discurso se titulóLos Crimines Contra Periodistas Impulsan el Silencio en Honduras. Esta conferencia fue organizada por el Centro Hondureño en colaboración con PEN Internacional, y tuvo lugar el 5 de diciembre de 2018, en el Hotel Real Intercontinental de Tegucigalpa. El propósito del encuentro fue destacar que los crímenes contra los periodistas en Honduras estaban teniendo un efecto paralizador de la libertad de expresión en el país. El evento se centró particularmente en conmemorar a Juan Carlos Argeñal, periodista hondureño asesinado el 7 de diciembre de 2013, por haber difundido noticias sobre corrupción en el gobierno local. El Centro Hondureño junto con PEN Internacional y otros Centros PEN, hicieron campaña para pedir justicia en el caso de Argeñal.

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05/12/2018

Creator:

Dina Meza Elvir

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Honduran Centre  (Centro PEN Honduras)

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