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About Kenneth
Kenneth Sanchez is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Lima District, Peru. He covers current affairs, politics and human rights issues in Peru and Latin America. Has a masters degree in Latin American Politics at UCL and more than a year of experience in British regional television.
Award-winner in the 2020 Amnesty Media UK Awards and 2020 Shorthand Awards for his in-depth multimedia feature of the Venezuelan crisis.
English Spanish
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
Politics Current Affairs Film & Theatre

Escaping the chaos

04 Apr 2024  |  centreforjournalism-kent.shorthandstories.com
The article discusses the mass exodus of Venezuelans due to the severe economic and political crisis in the country. Since 2014, three million Venezuelans have fled, seeking better living conditions as they face extreme poverty, inflation, crime, and shortages of food and medicine at home. The minimum wage in Venezuela is insufficient, leading to widespread malnutrition and poverty. Despite not being a neighboring country, Peru has become a significant destination for Venezuelan migrants, with over half a million settling there after Peru introduced a special temporary residence permit for them. The article highlights the hardships faced by these migrants, who have left their country with very little to survive.

The 2019 Shorthand Awards: Celebrating the Art of Digital Storytelling

04 Apr 2024  |  shorthand.com
The article discusses the fourth annual Shorthand Awards, which celebrates exceptional digital storytelling. Over 150 nominations were submitted across five categories, and a new Shorthand Choice Award was introduced, receiving almost 400 votes. The article expresses appreciation for the judges and those who nominated stories or voted. It highlights the importance of the awards in recognizing thought-provoking, beautiful, and world-changing digital stories created using the Shorthand editor. The article concludes with the anticipation of revealing the winners of the 2019 Shorthand Awards.

An online article on Maria Luisa Martinez' experience reporting Peru's 1992 coup d'etat. She was the first journalist on the scene and her images are now an iconic memory of a tragic day.

Creación y producción de podcasts especiales con el Comité de Lectura.

Escaping the chaos

22 Aug 2021  |  centreforjournalism-kent.shorthandstories.com
The article discusses the severe economic and social crisis in Venezuela that has led to a mass exodus of its citizens. Since 2014, approximately three million Venezuelans have fled the country due to hyperinflation, crime, political turmoil, and shortages of food and medicine. The situation is dire, with 80% of the population living in poverty and widespread food insecurity. The article highlights that 7% of Venezuela's population has emigrated, seeking refuge in other countries, with Peru becoming the second most popular destination despite not sharing a border with Venezuela. Over half a million Venezuelans have settled in Peru, where they continue to face daily struggles with limited resources.

NHS to Recruit 1000 'Link Workers' to Help Elderly Combat Loneliness

12 Feb 2019  |  centreforjournalismprojects.co.uk
The NHS is recruiting 1000 'link workers' to alleviate GPs' workloads and to help elderly patients combat loneliness and social isolation by connecting them with community activities. These social prescribers will refer older individuals to various social groups, classes, or sports clubs. Nucleus Arts in Chatham offers creative workshops aimed at improving social inclusion and wellbeing among the elderly. Activities like 'Young at Art' encourage over 55s to learn new skills and socialize. Sports clubs in Kent, such as Walking Football, provide enjoyable exercise opportunities for the elderly. The initiative is seen as beneficial not only for the patients but also for GPs, who report that many appointments are not directly related to medical conditions. GP Julian Spinks highlights the importance of link workers in providing social prescriptions to those in need.

Medway Councillor suspended from Conservative Party over racist tweets – Kent Current

06 Feb 2019  |  centreforjournalismprojects.co.uk
Councillor Michael Franklin has been suspended from the Conservative Party due to a controversy involving his sharing of 'racist and Islamophobic' tweets in 2016. The issue resurfaced when Baroness Sayeeda Wasi highlighted the tweets, leading to his suspension announced by Brandon Lewis, Chairman of the Party. Although Medway Council was aware of the tweets in 2016, no action was taken until now. Medway Labour Leader Vince Maple criticized the delay in suspension. TellMAMA, an organization addressing Anti-Muslim attacks, also expressed surprise at the delay but welcomed the suspension. The Conservative Party is conducting a full investigation into the matter, and Councillor Franklin has been unreachable for comment.

Juan Pablo Varillas: el futuro del tenis peruano

12 Apr 2018  |  kennethsanchezg.wordpress.com
Peruvian tennis player Juan Pablo Varillas reflects on his career after winning his first professional singles championship in Turkey. Despite being ranked 200 places below his opponent, Varillas played an almost perfect game to claim victory. He has faced challenges throughout his career, including a lack of sponsors and financial support, relying primarily on his parents. Varillas has represented Peru in the Davis Cup and has seen a significant rise in his world ranking, climbing over 250 places to reach 409. He aspires to be financially independent through tennis and to continue improving his game. Varillas's journey began at age five and he chose to pursue tennis professionally after high school, despite the difficulties of transitioning from junior tournaments to the professional circuit. His recent achievements have made him the face of Peruvian tennis, a country with a rich tennis history but currently struggling with management issues.

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