Uruguay to host World Press Freedom Day Conference in 2022

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The announcement was made during a ceremony at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris in the presence of Albertus Aochamub, Ambassador of Namibia, host country of the 2021 Conference; Gabriela Civila López, Ambassador of Uruguay; and Tawfifk Jelassi, Assistant Director-General of the Communication and Information Sector of UNESCO.

As Uruguay hosts World Press Freedom Day 2022, the global conference returns to Latin America after nearly a decade since the event in San José, Costa Rica. The meeting is held around May 3 in Colonia del Sacramento, one of the oldest cities in Uruguay, whose historic center is . . .

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