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Conflict themed show on Footnotes at KCL Radio 

Natasha spoke about her research on the radio show Footnotes, on their ‘conflict’ themed show.

Click here to listen to more podcasts of Footnotes at KCL Radio.

 

A young Lankan voice makes waves in British broadcasting awards

The Sunday Times Magazine, Sri Lanka – 17th February 2013

“The strongest stories are the stories of survival – and Natasha de Silva, 22, wanted to show just that in her documentary ‘Overcoming the Waves of Destruction’. So strong were they that they won her the gold award as Student Journalist of the Year given by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) of the United Kingdom, in October last year…”

For the full article click here

Natasha-with-prizes21Natasha Crowned BJTC Journalist of the Year

CU Journalism – 9th October 2012

“Natasha Da Silva, 22, won the Journalist of the Year award at the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC) awards.

In addition she won the Best Documentary title for a documentary on the after-effect of a tsunami in her home country.

Natasha, who gained a 1st in her Journalism and Media degree this summer, interviewed survivors of the 2004 disaster to produce a radio package for her final project.”

For the full article click here

More articles on this subject:

Coventry graduate scoops young journalist award – Universities News 

Coventry graduate scoops young journalist award – Creative Boom

Natasha nominated for top BJTC award

CU Journalism – 2nd October 2012

“A Coventry Journalism graduate who produced a documentary on the after-effect of a tsunami in her home country has been nominated for a top-reporting prize….”

For the full article click here

Olympic Truce Youth Peace Ambassador Training Workshop

“A group of young people from around the world came to understand and revive the meaning of the Olympic Truce in the London 2012 UNESCO Olympic Truce Youth Peace Ambassador Training and Assistance programme…”

For full article click here

 

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