Anna-Claire Bevan is the Assistant Director of INSI – the International News Safety Institute. In the past she worked as a freelance journalist in Central America, writing about social, political and development issues for publications in Europe, North America and Central America, and as a producer for Reuters TV London.

Her travels in Latin America, and frustrations at the lack of media coverage that this area of the world receives, originally gave her the idea to start this blog. The opinions expressed here are entirely her own.

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9 Responses to “Anna-Claire Bevan”


  1. 1 rob May 30, 2011 at 8:33 am

    great blog i just found it, i’ve always wanted to do an english blog about Guatemala in english (i’m guatemalan) but I’ve always wanted to show a different idea of what you regularly see in the news.

    great job! 🙂

  2. 2 Gabrie Sanchez June 28, 2011 at 6:07 pm

    Dear Anna, great blog. It was fun reading your article on sand boarding at the Cerro Negro volcano in Nicaragua. We agree on the lack of media coverage countries like Nicaragua have, and would therefore like to get in touch and see what efforts we con conduct jointly.

    Regards!

  3. 3 Fabio Parada July 16, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    Excellent work on the blog!

  4. 4 Mohamed M. Elghusein September 1, 2011 at 12:49 am

    Hello Anna,

    I have read your article titled: Femicide: “Guatemala’s growing epidemic”,
    and was wondering if you would grant me the permission to publish it in the NewJurist.

    The NewJurist is an online law magazine. To learn more, please visit: http://www.newjurist.com

    If you have questions or comments, please write to me via E-mail at: editor@newjurist.com

    I look forward to your advice.

    Thank you.

    Best regards,

    Mohamed

  5. 5 Clara January 11, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    Great articles Anna! My name is Clara and I am the Operational Director of the Institute for Trafficked, Exploited, and Missing Persons. This is an organization that works to prevent, interdict, rescue, recover, and rehabilitate victims of human trafficking in Guatemala and in the United States.

    In Guatemala, we provide victims with safe houses when necessary, medical and psychological aid, social and legal assistance, as well as education, because education is key for vulnerable children to get out of poverty, know their rights and become less of a target for human traffickers.

    As January 11 is the National Anti Human Trafficking Awareness Day in the U.S, I thought you could be interested in writing an article about what we do!

    I look forward to hearing from you,
    Best,
    Claire.

  6. 6 jack wagoner December 28, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    Dear Anna,

    Great Job with your blog. Our Medical Team will care for 2000 patients in Tecpan Guatemala Feb11-16 providing surgery for cleft lip, crossed eyes, club feet and burns in children plus general surgical, dental, and medical care. Our team of 130 members, including 29 physicians, come mostly from Michigan but have members from all over the USA and from the UK as well. Last year we provided 259 surgical procedures during our week of care. We would be thrilled for your coverage of our effort and invite you to join us as your time allows.

    Jack

  7. 7 Ruth Villatoro December 20, 2013 at 3:55 pm

    Hi Anna I am a documentary filmmaker from Houston and spend a lot of time in Guatemala. I am interested in doing a documentary based on one of your blog entries. Is there any way I can get in contact with you to discuss the subject further?

  8. 8 Oliver Tickell April 2, 2014 at 12:34 pm

    Hi, we are running your Tico Times article on Atitlan today (with their permission and I hope your approval). Do keep in touch re this and other eco-news. http://bit.ly/1pPglBM . Thanks!

  9. 9 dorindamoreno August 12, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    Hello, read of your work on Latina Lista. Appreciate your service, blog, and am pleased to offer outreaching your info via our ‘pueblos en movimiento’ outreach, especially with the International Tribunal of Conscience, Mexico DF, whose work focuses on Migrant and Displaced communities. Please keep us on your priority list for circulating your news information and needs in public awareness.
    Pa’lante!
    Dorinda Moreno
    FM/ITCPM/Campaign for Vindication
    Salt of the Earth/Women of Courage, Character, and Commitment


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