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Sergio Gomez on trade union journalism and journalist training – Jornal da USP

He is the founder and director of Oboré Projetos Especiais and Repórter do Futuro, two non-profit organizations concerned with citizenship education for young journalists.

Diversity in the sciences

Diversity in Science #61: Sergio Gomez talks about the press union and the training of journalists


At Diversidade em Ciência, Ricardo Alexino Ferreira interviews Sergio Gomez, co-founder and honorary director of Oboré Projetos Especiais since 1994.

Oboré Projetos Especiais is a consultant in communication analysis and planning for some 120 unions and associations, both in urban and rural areas.

Sergio Gomez is also the reporter for the Future Project, which offers undergraduate supplementary courses to journalism students.

Diversity in the sciences

a Diversity in the sciences is a scholarly publishing program focused on the sciences of diversity and human rights, broadcasting every Monday at 1pm, with replays every Tuesday at 2am and Saturday at 2pm, with guidance and presentation by a journalist and professor at ECA-USP and a member of the Human Rights Committee of the University of the South Pacific, Ricardo Alexino Ferreira, and an audio process by Joao Carlos Miguel.

a Diversity in the sciences Registered in the Studios of the Department of Communication and Arts/Education at the College of Communication and Arts of the University of São Paulo (ECA-USP).

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