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- RT @Riodoce_mx : Reconocen a Javier Valdez en la entrega del Premio Nacional de Periodismo https://t.co/R3oD5M68cm https://t.co/jKxwOtdrDy 5 days ago
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- RT @GI_TOC : Join us for the #GIresilience Project launch in #Geneva on Thursday 14th December (11:00-13:00). This year we launched our firs… 5 days ago
- RT @GI_TOC : #REPORT: Exploring #OrganizedCrime’s infiltration of the #PrivateSector with "TOC and the Impact on the Private Sector: The Hid… 6 days ago
- La #militarización NO es la respuesta: @UN -No a la #LeyDeSeguridadInteior #SeguridadSinGuerra https://t.co/uOLhtmRHT5 1 week ago
Siria Gastelum Felix
Contributing Author, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime
Siria Gastelum is an Emmy Award winning journalist from Mexico. Siria started writing stories on organized crime in her own native state of Sinaloa when she was still a child. She directed a documentary on Jesus Maverde, the so-called patron saint of drug traffickers. She has worked on radio, television and print media in Mexico, the United States and Canada.
In 2008, she joined the United Nations Office in Vienna. She has worked at the International Narcotics Control Board and more recently at the United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT). In 2001 she received the UN 21 Award from the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon for the creation of the UN.GIFT.HUB, an online knowledge exchange platform on human trafficking.
Siria has a BA in Communications Science from the University of the Americas-Puebla (Mexico) and a Masters of Journalism from Carleton University (Canada). She now spends her time between Mexico, Canada and India.