Juan Gasparini

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Juan Gasparini
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Born
Juan Gaspari

(1949-04-30) April 30, 1949 (age 69)
Azul, Argentina
OccupationJournalist
Notable credit(s)
Books
Websitehttp://www.juangasparini.com

Juan Gasparini (born 1949 in Azul, Buenos Aires) is an Argentinian investigative journalist and author.[1]

He has a press cards in the Association of Correspondents of the United Nations.

Articles and reports (1993-2009)[edit]

He writes for the following newspaper:

Accreditation as a journalist 1993-2009[edit]

  • Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAE)
  • Registration in the Register of professional journalist in Switzerland (RP) 1989-2009
  • Impressum, a former Swiss Federation of Journalist (FSJ)

Press Cards 1996-2009[edit]

  • Association of Correspondents of the United Nations (ACANU)
  • Foreign Press Association in Switzerland and Liechtenstein (APES)
  • Member of the drafting Pool of the website www.humanrights-Geneva (2006-January 2009).
  • Updates on the Council of Human Rights, United Nations, in English and French
  • Member of the non-governmental organization New Human Rights (NDH) (2003–2009).
  • Accredited to the United Nations since 1995. [1]
  • Newspapers, magazines, news agencies, radio and television

Journalistic Books: Investigations and trials (1986-2009)[edit]

In Argentina[edit]

  • La Pista Suiza (1986) Buenos Aires, Lectorum Pubns Inc. ISBN 950-600-080-8
  • Montoneros: Final De Cuentas, Buenos Aires, Puntosur Editores, (1988). ISBN 950-9889-19-9
  • El crimen de Graiver (1990, Europa: Zeta ISBN 950-699-025-5 reedited as David Graiver – El banquero de los Montoneros), 2007, Norma ISBN 987-545-419-2
  • La Injusticia Federal: El Ocultamiento de los Jueces y la historia negra de la SIDE en los sobornos del Senado (2005) Buenos Aires: Edhasa ISBN 950-9009-31-8
  • La Fuga del Brujo: Historia criminal de José López Rega (2005) Buenos Aires: Norma ISBN 987-545-229-7[3]
  • Manuscrito de un desaparecido en la ESMA. El libro de Jorge Caffatti (2006) Buenos Aires: Norma ISBN 987-545-378-1
  • El pacto Menem+Kirchner (2009) Buenos Aires: Sudamericana ISBN 978-950-07-3051-8[4]

In Spain[edit]

Co-author[edit]

with Norberto Bermúdez

Literary Awards[edit]

In the international contest Semana Negra of Gijón, Spain, with Rodrigo de Castro, for the book La delgada línea blanca, investigation into Pinochet’s dictatorship in Chile and links with Argentina

In the contest’s 10th anniversary of the Swiss Club de la Presse in Geneva with Carole Vann. For investigative journalism on confidential reports to the United Nations of violations of human rights in Iran and Uzbekistan, French and English, in the website Tribune of Human Rights in the newspapers Le Temps and Le Courrier.

Training[edit]

Experience[edit]

References[edit]

See also[edit]