Nelly Luna Amancio
Investigative journalist, editor-chief and founder of Ojo-Publico.com, digital site dedicated to investigative journalism and data analysis, which won the 2015 National Human Rights Prize and the Prize for the best research of the year's Data Journalism Awards, the prize most important data journalism and media innovation delivered by the global Editors Networks worldwide. It is specialized in data analysis journalist for covering human rights and environmental conflicts. Before, wrote reports at BBC Mundo and the newspaper El Comercio of Peru. Texts and research has received several international awards including the Prize for journalistic excellence of the Inter American Press Association and science journalism delivered by the Institute of the Americas, among other national awards. Asociated at Investigative, Reporters and Editors (IRE). She was fellow of PNUMA and the Institute of the Americas at the University of San Diego, California. Currently he is writing a non-fiction book about the mining industry and its impact on indigenous people. Colaborates with The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).