Alexandra Lobao
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  • Bruno Horta
  • Ana Valiente Casanova
  • Fotis Kafarakis
  • Ulla Ebner
  • Bojan Bozic
  • ANA Sofia Brites Soares GERALDES
  • Cristina Romero
  • Emma Brewin
  • Popi Asteriadou
  • João Fernando Mendes
  • Jakob Bork
  • Peter da Costa

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Rikard Berglin left a comment for Alexandra Lobao
"Hi! I would like to invite you to join www.travelingjournalist.com. Traveling Journalist is a brand new hospitality network, tailor made for journalists. Over at Traveling Journalist we help visiting colleagues from around the world…"
Feb 16, 2013
Alexandra Lobao and Bruno Horta are now friends
Dec 15, 2010
Alexandra Lobao is now friends with João Fernando Mendes, Fotis Kafarakis and Ana Valiente Casanova
Dec 10, 2010
Alexandra Lobao is attending Jakob Bork's event
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R.I.P Traditional Media at IHECS, room Velge

December 9, 2010 from 6:30pm to 8pm
A discussion on what new media can offer citizens to communicate Europe and why they may be a way to bring European Affairs closer to the citizens.Check out the blog and register via Facebook.See More
Dec 2, 2010
Alexandra Lobao joined Cristina Romero's group
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Brussels Reporters

Brussels Reporters helps correspondents to hit the ground running by acting as a central resource for all information. Join the Brussels Reporters group to get to grips with issues affecting your daily life and work in the European capital.
Oct 6, 2010
Alexandra Lobao and Ulla Ebner are now friends
Sep 24, 2010
Alexandra Lobao left a comment for ANA Sofia Brites Soares GERALDES
"Oi Ana Sofia. Se bem vinda! Alexandra"
Sep 21, 2010
Alexandra Lobao and ANA Sofia Brites Soares GERALDES are now friends
Sep 21, 2010
Alexandra Lobao is now friends with Jakob Bork and Bojan Bozic
Aug 31, 2010
Alexandra Lobao updated their profile photo
Jul 28, 2010
Alexandra Lobao and Peter da Costa are now friends
Jul 28, 2010
Alexandra Lobao is now a member of EJC - Journalism Community
Jul 28, 2010

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At 7:44 on February 16, 2013, Rikard Berglin said…

Hi!


I would like to invite you to join www.travelingjournalist.com. Traveling Journalist is a brand new hospitality network, tailor made for journalists.

Over at Traveling Journalist we help visiting colleagues from around the world with everything related to journalism.

This can be anything from a free place to sleep, doing research, interpreting, taking photos, video editing or booking interviews.

This way we can all travel the world for cheap, make new friends and make our jobs even more fun. It’s pretty great!

Traveling Journalist is totally free and always will be totally free.

Hope to see you there!

 
 
 

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