Núria Vilà (b. 1992) is an independent journalist based in Barcelona whose work focuses mainly on topics related with resilience, conflicts, inequalities and human rights, especially linked with the Middle East region. During the university period -where she studied Journalism-, she was involved on sociopolitical movements for positive social transformation. Soon after she finished the university she started working as a freelance correspondent in Turkey, Jordan, Palestine-Israel, Kurdistan, Bulgaria, Greece and the Turkish-Syrian border for several Spanish, Catalan and Latin American media such as El Confidencial, ABC, ARA newspaper, GARA, CTXT, El Salto Diario, El Punt Avui, Mediterráneo Sur (M’Sur), Crític, La Directa, Luzes Magazine, Infobae and Brecha Magazine, among others. After this exciting period as a reporter, she returned to Barcelona, where she tries to develop different documentary projects pursuing her own dream: to work on the production of journalistic documentaries. She has directed a documentary called ‘SKY. The Weird Syrian Kid’ and other one called ‘Chari’. Also she has developed a project about civil disobedience and how is considered by media. Website: nurivilcom.wordpress.com
Reportaje publicado en Al Jazeera Mientras en el Valle de los Caídos se exhuma el cuerpo del dictador Francisco Franco, las familias de caídos republicanos cuyos cuerpos fueron robados en los 50 y 60 por el Gobierno franquista para llenar la cripta hacen todo lo posible por sacarlos de ahí.
Barcelona, Spain • Social • November 30 @ 12:00am
I'm a freelance journalist based in Barcelona, and I'm looking for media interested on publishing this story: Enric is a Catalan activist who in 2008 announced that, through a false payroll and a fictitious trade, he got loans from 39 financial institutions for a total of 492,000 euros -almost half... Read more