David Oddone is a professional journalist. He is the UN journalist for the Republic of San Marino and collaborates with UNRIC (United Nations Regional Information Center) for the diffusion of news of a high social nature and public interest. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and a Master’s degree on the phenomenon of bullying. Over the years, he won numerous national Antimafia awards. The most important are Borsellino Award; Piersanti Mattarella Award; Conselice Award for Press Freedom; Antimafia Award of the Ravenna sugar factory. He has published several books including “Mafie a San Marino” reviewed by the most important Italian national newspapers including Corriere della Sera and Sole 24 Ore and “Io non taccio”, for Centoautori, on threatened journalism, which won the Mattarella prize and the Borsellino prize. He frequently holds conferences and participates in conferences on the subject of legality and anti-mafia. For years he has collaborated with the schools of Riccione, Fano and Bologna, teaching students elements of journalism and legality. He also participated in important TV broadcasts such as Exit on La7 and radio broadcasts on local and national networks analysing the theme of legality and Anti-Mafia.
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