Nicaragua and Cuba are two countries where the restrictions to freedom of expression make the work of independent journalists pretty difficult. The campesino’s march to protest against the construction of the Interoceanic Canal in Nicaragua or the recent and historical visit of US President Barack Obama to La Habana are two examples journalists Dánae Vílchez and Ignacio González will try to explain their work through. They will discuss about the ways of avoiding government censorship and the best formats to get to unmotivated and disappointed audiences.

Organised in association with People In Need.