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Roberta Bertoldi - Editor and Content Manager

Roberta has worked in the field of on-line information focusing on social themes and human rights issues for many years. From 2001 to 2004 she has worked for Unimondo, the Italian branch of the international network 'Oneworld’. An expert in content management systems. She has been a part of the editorial staff of Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso since 2005.


Articles by Roberta Bertoldi

Russia: the risks of the anti-terrorism law

06/07/2016

Legislative changes introduced by the anti-terrorism bill approved by the Russian Duma on 24 June will bring severe restrictions on freedom of expression, freedom of thought and the right to privacy

progetti in evidenza

22/03/2016

OBC is one of the founding members of the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) in Leipzig

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OBC joins #OpenEurope, a transnational network of media and NGOs aiming to tell the real stories of migration and solidarity across Europe. Also on Facebook and Twitter

One minute’s silence across Europe Monday November 16

16/11/2015 -  Roberta Bertoldi

Leaders of the EU have announced that there will be a one minute's silence across Europe in memory of the victims of the Paris attacks at noon on Monday, November 16th. OBC will join and observe a minute's silence

Armenia

25/01/2010 - 

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Grozny Dreaming

16/01/2009 -  Roberta Bertoldi

A multiethnic orchestra with artists from different parts of the Caucasus; their dreams of performing in the tormented region and of demonstrating the possibility of peaceful coexistence. Our interview.

A Thawing Game

09/09/2008 -  Roberta Bertoldi Erevan

A warm wind blows on Hrazdan stadium in Yerevan. While the two teams on the field play a qualifications match for the World Cup, the presidents of Turkey and Armenia shake each other's hand.

Going Through the Trash

08/09/2008 -  Roberta Bertoldi

They sing in Friulian, Slovene, Italian, and Spanish. And, they want to recover what others throw away. We met with Mauro "Puntar" Punteri, singer of the Gorizian band Kosovni Odpadki