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César Rojas Ángel

César Rojas is a journalist based in Bogotá, Colombia. I've worked with multimedia contents and I also have experience as writer and producer for printed, TV and digital media outlets. I have a reflex camera, basic video equipment and I'm available to travel to any place in the country. I'm prepared for working with any kind of contents. I have knowledge and have made products about the Venezuelan crisis, peace process in Colombia and environmental challenges in Colombia and the region. I also know sources to access to indigenous comunities in some places of the country.

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Colombian frontier with Ecuador: two female indigenous governors from the Siona people defend their territories in one of the most dangerous places in the country. Milena Payoguaje and Liliana Piaguaje face pressure from oil companies and armed groups.


De los nueve países que componen la selva amazónica, Colombia es el único que no ha construido presas o centrales hidroeléctricas en su porción de la Amazonía. Un récord que se podría romper en el Caquetá, donde hay al menos tres empresas interesadas. En este trabajo realizado para la Liga Contra el Silencio recorrimos la zona, hablamos con las comunidades y nos contaron sobre los peligros que irían desde la alteración del ecosistema hasta la afectación de especies y de al menos seis grupos étnicos, en momentos en que el mundo ha puesto los ojos sobre la devastación que avanza en esa región.


The Venezuelan crisis has affected many aspects of life in the country including schooling, with teachers on strike over pay. Schools across the border in Colombia have seen a sudden increase in demand for places. In one school in Cucuta, on the Colombian side of the border, the majority of students are Venezuelans who walk every day across the frontier to get there.

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