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Belen Febres-Cordero · November, 2019

I knew I would be a journalist since I was 6 years old. However, early in my undergraduate studies in Journalism and Liberal Arts in Ecuador, my home country, I realized that mainstream and social media did not always provide comprehensive coverage, and that different stories urgently needed to be told. Since then, I have committed my life both to the research and practice of this endeavor. I moved to Canada in 2012 to complete a Master’s degree in Anthropology, where I studied community radio stations in Ecuador. In 2016, I joined a doctoral program in Communication with the objective of deepening the understanding of the possible relation between alternative media and women’s health. I have also participated in different projects across Latin America and Canada related to communication and human rights for the past twelve years.

I joined the Global Voices team in March 2017. As the NewsFrames-Rising Voices Community Lead, I keep working in the intersections between the practice and research of communication, aiming to contribute to the creation and circulation of those crucial stories that still remain unheard.

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