The vaccination campaign against COVID in Argentina had irregularities since its inception. Less than two months after it began, a corruption scandal known as the “VIP vaccination centre” came to light: government officials, family members and those closest to the government had received doses before the prioritized groups. At LA NACION, we decided to follow the… Seguir leyendo Political scandal: VIP vaccinations in Argentina and poor transparency standards
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Stranded Abroad: how to engage with and give voice to + 20.000 argentineans who couldn’t return home because their own country’s government closed borders and air space.
[This is a behind the scenes post describing the project in english. <<Links>> to original content in spanish will be provided in this piece to direct judges to our most compelling and comprehensive content on this project] March is the end of the high summer holidays season in Argentina. Therefore, many locals were still abroad… Seguir leyendo Stranded Abroad: how to engage with and give voice to + 20.000 argentineans who couldn’t return home because their own country’s government closed borders and air space.
Sexual abuse by church members in Argentina
CONTEXT This Project began posing two questions. How widespread is the problem of sexual abuse by church members in Argentina? Is there any method for hiding information by the institution? In the absence of an official investigation, we began to analyze lists of different victims’ associations, but we found that many of them did not… Seguir leyendo Sexual abuse by church members in Argentina
Anniversary of the worst world tragedy in the history of music
Context In 2004, Argentina suffered the worst world tragedy in the history of music and the greatest catastrophe due to unnatural causes: the night club República de Cromañón was burnt down in the middle of a concert of the musical group Callejeros; the fire caused the death of 194 persons and other 1.400 persons were… Seguir leyendo Anniversary of the worst world tragedy in the history of music