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Albert González Farran (Barcelona, 1975) is an independent multimedia journalist with more than twenty years of experience. He lives in Arbeca (Catalonia), working for Catalan media outlets (Diari Ara, EFE agency, Som Garrigues and Nació digital, among others) and communication agencies.

Recently, he was in Nairobi (Kenya), covering East Africa . For two years (2015-2017) he was working in South Sudan for the Agence France Presse (AFP) , international media ( The Washington Post , El País , Irin News ) and humanitarian organizations such as the International Red Cross, Doctors without Borders , UNICEF, Save The Children and FAO . He also previously produced multimedia projects on migrations in Egypt and across the Mediterranean region .
Albert has also been a photographer at UN peacekeeping missions in Liberia (2018), Afghanistan (2015) and Darfur (2004-2009).
Previously, he worked for the media in Spain, Peru and Ireland, as well as carrying out two personal projects in Bosnia and Ethiopia.
He has a degree in Catalan Philology, a Master's degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the University of the Arts in London (2013) and a postgraduate degree in Communication for Development from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona (2005).


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