DiscoverIJNotes: An IJNet podcastMental health and journalism, Part 3: A conversation with Jesús Mesa
Mental health and journalism, Part 3: A conversation with Jesús Mesa

Mental health and journalism, Part 3: A conversation with Jesús Mesa

Update: 2020-08-28
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This episode is the third episode in our series on mental health and journalism.

More than 5 million Venezuelans have fled their country in recent years. They’ve done so to escape violence, economic turmoil, political unrest and more. The crisis is the worst of its kind Latin America has ever experienced, former Mexico foreign minister Jorge Castañeda wrote earlier this year.

Almost 2 million Venezuelan migrants have crossed the border into neighboring Colombia — more than any other country.

In this episode, we speak with Jesús Mesa, a current ICFJ fellow and an international reporter with one of Colombia’s leading newspapers, El Espectador. In 2018, Jesús and his colleague, Angelica Lagos, received a fellowship from the Carter Center to report on mental health challenges facing Venezuelan migrants in Colombia today.

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Mental health and journalism, Part 3: A conversation with Jesús Mesa

Mental health and journalism, Part 3: A conversation with Jesús Mesa

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