I am a journalist from Barcelona now based in Madrid with years experience in media and other roles involving communications. I have reported for several newspapers based in Barcelona (La Vanguardia, DiariARA) and for the pan-European news outlet Euronews. I can do reporting in Spanish, English and Catalan. Currently I in communications for an international non-profit in topics related to development and democracy promotion. I am available for work in Madrid and occasionally in Catalonia. I can offer expertise both in Spanish and Catalan current affairs. My preferred topics are social and economic issues, politics and technology. I also have a knack for European affairs, as I hold a Master's Degree in European Integration. In my latest role, I have worked in communications for the Division for Social Policy and Development at the United Nations Headquarters (New York). There I wrote articles in English, designed promo material and edited videos. As an individual curious by nature, I love traveling and meeting new people. That is why I participate in funded projects abroad where I meet like-minded journalists and credible sources. These include a video production workshop in Berlin, a radio training at the European Parliament, a conference at Yale University and a forum in Turkey. I continuously seek opportunities in international and European affairs, where I can work on journalism, communications, and policy. For more information, check my website: albertguaschrafael.com
Man vs Robot: Automated machines are disrupting labour markets and threatening mass unemployment. Now European labour unions, representing a range of workforces from shipping ports to international banks, are fighting back. This story is part of the Agora Project, a cross-border collaborative network of journalists.
Will the terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils on August 17 have an impact on Catalonia's touristic heart?
Long article written with journalist Lucian Balanuta was awarded status of Selected Contribution at the Writing for CEE Journalism Prize
Radio piece produced along with two other journalists at the European Parliament as part of the European Youth Media Days 2016
Six things you did not know about North Korea - As the Congress of the Worker's Party in North Korea takes place, an unprecedented amount of journalists have been allowed to enter the hermit country. Here's what we have learned from North Korea, as explained by some journalists via social media.
US court blames Chilean lieutenant of Victor Jarra's death - The well-known Chilean songwriter, assassinated right after Pinochet's coup, was killed by the military in 1973. A US civil court has found lieutenant Pedro Pablo Barrientos, who fled to the US after the Pinochet's regime fell, to be liable for the singer's death. As of now, the US has not extradited Barrientos.
Lean Dunham: the boldest nude - A profile on Lena Dunham, creator of TV hit series "Girls" - How this bold and spontaneous millennial has become a global tendency
An interview with Spanish war photographer Guillermo Cervera