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Isabel Meira

Lisboa, Portugal
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About Isabel
Isabel Meira is a journalist based in Lisboa, Portugal.
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"Pela Última Vez - histórias sobre o fim que não acaba" - a última dança de uma bailarina, o último parto de um obstetra, o fim da carreira de um atleta, a reforma de um rosto da classe operária. Grande Reportagem emitida na Rádio Antena 1 - Maio 2017

In the Chorus of Memory

08 Nov 2017  |  www.rtp.pt
Every three seconds, someone is diagnosed with dementia worldwide, a situation the World Health Organization urges to be a public health priority. Portugal has discussed a National Plan for dementia for years. Fernando Araújo, Secretary of State for Health, stated that the government will implement concrete measures in 2018. A working group's document on dementia policy is in public consultation, with the final version due at the Ministry of Health by month's end. Music therapy, not yet a recognized profession in Portugal, is used in some institutions for the elderly. The Portuguese Music Therapy Association is pushing for professional recognition and certification, with about 60 people involved in music therapy activities, but only six certified therapists.


16 Jun 2016  |  TSF Rádio Notícias
The article discusses the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan and the country's uncertain future amidst the backdrop of the NATO Summit. Reporter João Francisco Guerreiro traveled to Afghanistan to cover the situation on the ground, including the experiences and perspectives of Portuguese military personnel and Afghan citizens. Despite a history marred by war, there remains a sense of hope among some Afghans for eventual peace, encapsulated by the phrase 'Inshallah' (God willing). The report features sound design by João Félix Pereira and multimedia editing by Mésicles Helin.

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