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Johan Georges Roger Bodinier

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About Johan
Passionate multimedia journalist with over 2 years of experience in multimedia production. Skilled in video editing, digital storytelling, and research, with a master's degree in Investigative Journalism from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Part of cohort 3 of the Oxford Climate Journalis Network, a Reuters initiative to train journalists on covering this century's greatest threat: Climate Change. 

Strong analytical thinking and adaptability, demonstrated through producing/commissioning a multimedia series on climate change through transport and EU's Green Week. Excellent communication and collaboration skills, working effectively in fast-paced news and breaking news environments. Proficient in English, French, and Spanish. 

Enthusiastic about contributing to a media organization committed to delivering well researched and intriguing pieces.
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Videojournalist for a video covering a protest in Lyon, France. As the far-right and migrant pressure increased in France, a protest in support of hosting refugees was held in Lyon. Shooting, writing and editing of the video with a short deadline, translated in 8 languages.

Videojournalist for a series of videos covering sexual abuse in the catholic church. Shooting, writing and editing of the video with a short deadline, translated in 8 languages.

Western Europe: A Surge in Far-Right Politics and Anti-Immigration Sentiments

23 Nov 2023  |  mailchi.mp
The article discusses the rise of far-right politics and anti-immigration sentiments in Western Europe, with a focus on recent events in Ireland, France, and the Netherlands. In Ireland, riots broke out in Dublin following a knife attack on children, with far-right groups falsely blaming immigrants. The Irish government is responding with legislative changes, including hate speech laws. In France, the far-right is exploiting a teenager's murder to incite violence and xenophobia, despite unclear circumstances. The French Interior Minister is seeking to dissolve extremist groups. The Netherlands is experiencing political shifts after a far-right party's election victory, leading to complex coalition talks. Other topics include the controversy over a black female Sinterklaas in Belgium, a lawsuit against Pornhub's owner in Luxembourg, the UK's carbon inequality, and cultural differences in handling grief between the Irish and British. The article also touches on Luxembourg's governance practices and the Dutch left's failure in the recent elections.

The French doctor admitted he didn't have the training or knowledge to treat trans patients - as experts say there's no need for a trans woman to visit a gynaecologist at all.

15 Sep 2023  |  euronews
A French gynaecologist, Victor Acharian, refused to treat a transgender woman, claiming he lacked the competence to do so. The incident led to a heated exchange and negative online reviews, with Acharian making controversial comments. The situation has sparked a debate in France and across Europe about the rights of transgender individuals to healthcare. Experts argue that while gynaecologists may not traditionally treat transgender patients, there is a growing need for medical professionals to be trained in transgender healthcare. Currently, few doctors are prepared to treat transgender patients, leading to significant healthcare gaps. Three French universities have begun offering training in trans healthcare to address this issue. The article also notes the increasing number of people seeking gender transition and the importance of including transgender health in medical curricula.

Estoril Conferences 2023: How can we 'Re-Humanise our World'?

06 Sep 2023  |  www.euronews.com
The Estoril Conferences in Portugal aim to recenter human beings in global discussions, tackling challenges such as disinformation. The event features former presidents, Nobel laureates, artists, and activists. President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa emphasized the importance of these conferences in understanding and adapting to rapid global changes.

France: the city of Lyon tested by the heatwave

23 Aug 2023  |  fr.euronews.com
Lyon, France, is experiencing extreme temperatures reaching 39 to 40 degrees Celsius, leading to a red heatwave alert. A heat dome over Southern Europe is causing the spike in temperatures. Tourists from the north are surprised by the temperature difference. To help residents cool off, Lyon has extended the hours of its two largest parks and some museums, like the Museum of Fine Arts, offer free access to enjoy air conditioning. The city hall is also opening some of its rooms during the day. Temperatures are expected to drop starting Saturday. A recent study reported that 62,000 people died in Europe from heat-related causes in 2022.

As fires ravage Europe for yet another summer, what has become of the villages that saw their homes reduced to ashes last year?

02 Aug 2023  |  euronews
The article discusses the aftermath of devastating wildfires in Europe, focusing on the experiences of residents in Spain and France. In Spain, the municipality of Bejís faced a wildfire that led to the evacuation of 15,000 people and the destruction of an area equivalent to 16,500 football pitches. Financial support from the Valencian regional government has been slow, and the central government's aid comes with strings attached. Locals have formed an association, Oriwa, to clean up the mountains due to slow administrative response. In France, the wildfires affected Nathalie Morlot's land, with significant financial losses only partially covered by insurance. The region is investing in prevention measures, but reforestation efforts are slow. Locals express frustration with the government's slow response and the prioritization of tourism over safety. The article highlights the challenges of wildfire prevention, the impact on communities, and the need for more effective government action.

EU's Blooming Flower Trade with Russia Amidst Sanctions

08 Apr 2023  |  euronews
The article by Johan Bodinier discusses the thriving business of exporting cut flowers from the EU to Russia, which was worth €9.4 million last year, with the majority coming from the Netherlands. Despite EU sanctions on Russia due to the situation in Ukraine, cut flowers are not sanctioned, allowing businesses like Katya's in Moscow to prosper. Dutch flowers have become more expensive, leading to a slight decrease in their dominance in the Russian market. The Absolut Company, however, has ceased exporting Absolut vodka to Russia following a social media backlash in Sweden. The article also touches on the ethical dilemma faced by Dutch exporters and the Dutch government's military support for Ukraine, contrasting it with the ongoing flower trade with Russia.

A paradigm shift is underway in Europe, as more EU countries include people with disabilities in politics. But some are lagging behind.

29 Mar 2023  |  euronews
The article discusses the increasing inclusion of people with disabilities in European politics, highlighting the case of Fintan Bray, the first person with Down Syndrome to be elected to a senior position within the Irish political party Fianna Fáil. Bray's election to the party's National Executive is part of a broader movement in Ireland to empower people with disabilities, which includes legislative support like the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act. However, the situation across the EU is mixed, with many countries still imposing legal barriers on the political participation of people with disabilities. The European Disability Forum's report indicates that during the 2019 European Parliament elections, around 400,000 persons with disabilities were deprived of their right to vote. The article also touches on the low representation of people with disabilities in the EU Parliament and Fintan Bray's future ambitions.

Why single men in Sweden have a larger carbon footprint than women

27 Mar 2023  |  euronews
The article discusses a study conducted by the Banque de France which found that single men in Sweden have a larger carbon footprint than single women. The study attributes this to single men's tendency to spend more on goods and services that generate higher greenhouse gas emissions, such as transport and holidays. In contrast, single women are more likely to consume products and services with a smaller environmental impact. The findings of the study suggest that considering consumer habits, including gender differences, could improve the effectiveness of national and international climate change policies and education by incorporating climate justice objectives.

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