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Juan Daniel Treminio

Journalist and political activist

Born in Nicaragua in 1994, Juan David Treminio stands out for his involvement in social and political causes through reporting and documenting cases of corruption involving the Nicaraguan government. He has a degree in Social Communication from the University of Central America (UCA) and in his brief career as a journalist has specialised in political communication, working with such platforms as Managuafuriosa and Revista Cultura Libre, among others. In 2017 he co-founded the independent online daily Coyuntura which, specialising in investigative journalism, is committed to the struggle against human rights abuse in Central America. As founding co-director, he writes about issues like migration, political corruption, vulnerable communities, and public freedoms. He has also directed several programmes for the national radio station Radio Corporación, among them El Estallido, Unidad con Dignidad, and y Buenas Tardes Nicaragua. His work as a journalist led him to exile in Barcelona where he is presently participating in the Hosted Writer programme the Catalan PEN Centre.

Update: 13 September 2022


Has participated in

Óscar Martínez, Jairo Videa and Juan Daniel Treminio

A Country without Journalists